Open and follow instructions to use an isolated environment running Dream.
In keeping with the principles for responsible AI generation, and to help AI researchers avoid synthetic images contaminating their training sets, InvokeAI adds an invisible watermark to each of the final images it generates. The watermark consists of the text "InvokeAI" and can be viewed using the invisible-watermarks tool.
Watermarking is controlled using the
invisible-watermark setting in
invokeai.yaml. To turn it off, add the following line under the
You may weight different sections of the prompt to tell the sampler to attach different levels of
priority to them, by adding
:<percent> to the end of the section you wish to up- or downweight. For
example consider this prompt:
This will tell the sampler to invest 25% of its effort on the tabby cat aspect of the image and 75% on the white duck aspect (surprisingly, this example actually works). The prompt weights can use any combination of integers and floating point numbers, and they do not need to add up to 1.
Created: September 11, 2022