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Generate more with Repeat Parameter

Generate more with Repeat Parameter

Create multiple images with just a single "/imagine" command, using the power of the repeat parameter. 

You can easily achieve this by typing in either "--repeat" or its shortcut "--r," followed by the desired number or value.

Check out our samples below:

small robotic robot with big eyes is sitting on a stump

Prompt: small robotic robot with big eyes is sitting on a stump, in the style of soft edges and atmospheric effects, dark brown and teal, kombucha punk, creative commons attribution, photo-realistic techniques, album covers, apple core --repeat 2


 a futuristic house in the desert, in the style of dark orange and cyan

Prompt: a futuristic house in the desert, in the style of dark orange and cyan, photo-realistic landscapes, bulbous, atompunk, psychedelic surrealism, adventure themed --r 2


To bring in more excitement, consider mixing the repeat parameter with a touch of chaos. Adding the chaos parameter will provide you with a wider variety of images to choose from. 

The images below used a prompt with these parameters: --repeat 3 and --chaos 100
space music concept art 1st photo generated
space music concept art 2nd photo generated
Prompt: space music concept art, in the style of neo-pop surrealism, soft gradients, album covers, meticulously detailed, iconic album covers, photographically detailed portraitures --repeat 3  --chaos 100


Here are a few important points to consider when using this parameter:

  • For Basic subscribers, the --repeat parameter can accept values from 2 to 4.
  • For Standard subscribers, the --repeat parameter can accept values from 2 to 10.
  • For Pro and Mega subscribers, the --repeat parameter can accept values from 2 to 40.
  • The --repeat parameter is available exclusively in Fast and Turbo GPU modes.

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