ALL COMMANDS in Midjourney (AI Art Tutorial)

Wade McMaster - Creator Impact
30 Nov 202313:30

TLDRThis tutorial video provides an in-depth look at the various commands available in Midjourney, an AI art creation tool. The host walks viewers through using commands like '/blend' to combine images, '/tune' for custom styles, and '/subscribe' for account plans. It also covers how to adjust settings for style, model, and raw mode, as well as how to manage image privacy with '/public' and '/stealth'. The video explains how to toggle between high and low variation modes, use turbo and fast modes for image generation speed, and utilize '/remix' to modify prompts for variations. Additionally, it shows how to use '/prefer' to set default options, '/show' to retrieve past images, '/describe' to generate prompts from uploaded images, and '/shorten' to create concise prompts. The host also discusses how to check account status with '/info', ask questions with '/ask', and access help with '/el'. Furthermore, there are server-specific commands like '/docs', '/faq', and '/dailytheme' for accessing documentation, FAQs, and participating in daily themed image generation. The video concludes with a reminder to check out the provided cheat sheet for a quick reference to all the commands.


  • πŸ–ŒοΈ Use `slash blend` to blend two to five images together by uploading them and hitting enter.
  • πŸ’³ If you don't have a paid subscription, you can subscribe by typing `SLS subscribe` in Discord.
  • 🎨 `slash tune` allows you to create your own style with a prompt and choose the number of images and mode.
  • πŸ”„ You can refine your style by selecting preferred images and receive a style code to use for future creations.
  • πŸ”§ `slash settings` lets you change the model you're using and toggle between Raw mode and different stylization levels.
  • πŸ‘€ With `slash public` or `slash stealth`, you can set your images to be public or private.
  • βš™οΈ `slash prefer variability` toggles between high and low variation modes for image generation.
  • ⏱️ Use `slash relax` for free image generation that doesn't affect your GPU time (with a paid account).
  • πŸ”„ `slash remix` enables you to modify your prompt when using features like vary or upscale.
  • πŸ“ `slash prefer suffix` lets you add a suffix to all your prompts automatically.
  • πŸ“ˆ `slash show` helps you bring up old images from your job ID for further variations or edits.
  • πŸ” `slash describe` allows you to upload an image and create prompts from it, with options to explore keywords.
  • πŸ“Š `slash info` provides account information including user ID, subscription details, and GPU hours remaining.
  • πŸ“ `slash ask` helps answer questions by directing you to documentation or providing information.
  • 🌐 In the Midjourney server, `slash docs`, `slash faq`, and `slash daily theme` provide access to documentation, FAQs, and daily themed image generation.

Q & A

  • What is the primary function of the 'slash blend' command in Midjourney?

    -The 'slash blend' command in Midjourney is used to blend two to five images together. You initiate it by typing '/blend' and then uploading the desired images to create a blended result.

  • How can one subscribe to a paid plan on Midjourney?

    -To subscribe to a paid plan on Midjourney, you can type 'SLS subscribe' into Discord, which will allow you to sign up for a plan.

  • What does the 'slash tune' command allow users to do?

    -The 'slash tune' command enables users to create their own style. It generates style information based on the prompt provided by the user and allows them to choose the number of images to create with that style.

  • How does the 'sticky style' feature work in Midjourney?

    -The 'sticky style' feature, activated by the 'slash setting' command, allows users to continue using a specific style when generating images, as long as the style is entered after activating this toggle. It can be turned off when no longer needed.

  • What are the different modes of image generation in Midjourney?

    -Midjourney offers several modes for image generation: 'fast mode' which is the default, 'turbo' for faster generation at a higher expense, and 'relax mode' which generates images without affecting GPU time, essentially for free for paid accounts.

  • How does the 'slash remix' command affect the image generation process?

    -The 'slash remix' command, when turned on, allows users to change their prompt when using different features of Midjourney, such as creating variations or upscales. It provides the option to alter the original prompt to generate new styles or images.

  • What is the purpose of the 'slash prefer suffix' command?

    -The 'slash prefer suffix' command allows users to automatically add a specified suffix to the end of their prompts, which can include aspect ratios or other parameters to customize the image generation process.

  • How can users create custom codes in Midjourney?

    -Users can create custom codes by using the 'slash prefer option' command, giving their code a name, and setting a value with specific parameters or prompts that they wish to use regularly in their image generation.

  • What does the 'slash show' command do in Midjourney?

    -The 'slash show' command allows users to bring up the original grid of images from a previous job by entering the job ID. This enables them to perform further actions on those images, such as creating variations.

  • How can users get help or find documentation within Midjourney?

    -Users can get help or find documentation by using commands like 'slash docs' to access a list of documentation, 'slash faq' for frequently asked questions, and 'slash el' for a menu of places to get help or information.

  • What is the 'slash daily theme' command used for?

    -The 'slash daily theme' command, used in Midjourney server rooms, allows users to participate in daily themed image generation. It shows the daily theme channel where users can view and create images based on the theme.

  • What information does the 'slash info' command provide about a user's account?

    -The 'slash info' command provides information about the user's account, including their user ID, subscription details, remaining GPU hours, and lifetime usage, helping users to manage their account resources effectively.



πŸ–ΌοΈ Image Blending and Style Customization

This paragraph explains how to use the '/blend' command to combine multiple images and the '/tune' command to create custom styles. It details the process of uploading images, selecting the number of images to blend, and adjusting style preferences. The user is also introduced to the concept of GPU time cost and the option to subscribe for a plan if they don't have one. The paragraph also covers using the 'sticky style' feature to maintain a chosen style across image generations.


πŸ› οΈ Advanced Settings and Remix Mode

The second paragraph delves into advanced settings like changing the model used in Mid Journey and toggling between raw mode and different stylization levels. It introduces commands for managing image privacy with '/public' and '/stealth', adjusting generation speed with '/relax', '/fast', and '/turbo', and the remix mode that allows altering prompts for variations. The paragraph also explains how to use '/prefer suffix' to append specific parameters to all prompts and how to create and manage custom codes with 'SL prefer option'. It further discusses the '/remix' command, which enables changing the prompt during different features of Mid Journey.


πŸ” Image Retrieval and Description Generation

The final paragraph focuses on commands for retrieving and managing images. It covers using '/show' to bring up old images and '/describe' to upload an image and generate prompts from it. The user is shown how to shorten prompts with '/shorten', check account status with '/info', and get quick answers to questions with '/ask'. Additionally, it introduces the '/faq' command for frequently asked questions and the '/daore theme' for participating in daily theme challenges. The paragraph concludes with a mention of upcoming videos on Mid Journey parameters and a reminder to check out the provided cheat sheet.



πŸ’‘Slash Commands

Slash commands are a feature in Discord that allow users to perform specific actions by typing a forward slash followed by a command name. In the context of the video, slash commands are used to control various functions within the Midjourney AI Art tool, such as blending images, tuning styles, and adjusting settings.


The 'blend' command in Midjourney is used to combine multiple images into one. The video demonstrates how to use the /blend command to upload and blend two to five images together, creating a composite image. This is a core feature for creating complex and layered artwork.

πŸ’‘Style Tuner

The style tuner is a feature that allows users to create a custom style for their images. The video explains how to use the /tune command to input a prompt and generate a style, which can then be applied to other images. This is significant for users who want to have a consistent aesthetic across their artwork.

πŸ’‘GPU Time

GPU time refers to the processing time used by the graphics processing unit (GPU) to render images. In the video, it is mentioned in the context of the cost associated with using the style tuner feature. The more images a user wants to create with a particular style, the more GPU time it will consume.

πŸ’‘Sticky Style

The sticky style feature, when activated using the /setting command, makes the AI continue to use the selected style for subsequent image generations as long as the style is specified in the prompt. This is useful for maintaining a consistent style across multiple creations.

πŸ’‘Variability Modes

High variation and low variation modes, toggled by the /prefer variability command, determine the level of diversity in the generated images. High variation mode produces a wider range of different images, while low variation mode generates images that are more similar to each other.

πŸ’‘Remix Mode

Remix mode, controlled by the /remix command, allows users to modify their prompts when creating variations or upscales of images. This feature provides flexibility to adjust the creative direction of an image without starting from scratch.

πŸ’‘Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio is the proportional relationship between the width and the height of an image. In the video, the /prefer suffix command is used to append aspect ratio values to prompts, ensuring that generated images adhere to specific dimensions, which is crucial for creating images suited for different platforms or displays.

πŸ’‘Custom Codes

Custom codes are user-defined presets that can be created using the /prefer option command. These codes can store specific settings or styles, making it easy to apply a user's preferred parameters to new prompts quickly. In the video, a custom code named 'hypo1' is created to include 'extremely bright colors' and specific aspect ratios.

πŸ’‘Job ID

A job ID is a unique identifier for a specific task or operation. In the context of the video, the job ID is used to reference a previous image generation task in Midjourney. By using the /show command followed by the job ID, users can retrieve and continue working on images from past sessions.

πŸ’‘Daily Theme

The daily theme is a feature within the Midjourney server that provides a daily prompt for users to create images around a specific theme. By participating in the daily theme, users can engage with the community, gain inspiration, and see how others interpret the same theme.


Slash blend allows blending two to five images together in Midjourney.

Use SLS subscribe in Discord to sign up for a Midjourney plan.

Slash tune enables creating your own style with a prompt and provides cost details based on GPU time.

Sticky style can be turned on with slash setting to continue using the same style for image generation.

Slash settings can change the model used for image generation and toggle between Raw mode and different stylization levels.

Public mode and stealth mode can be toggled with SL public and slash stealth to control image visibility.

High variation and low variation modes can be switched using the /prefer variability command.

Turbo mode generates images faster but at a higher expense, while relax mode generates images without affecting GPU time.

Remix mode, toggled with /remix, allows changing the prompt when using different features of Midjourney.

Custom codes can be created and applied to prompts using the /prefer option command.

The /show command can retrieve past images from Midjourney using a job ID.

Slash describe can generate prompts from uploaded images and provide keyword suggestions.

Slash shorten can create shorter prompts from longer ones for more creative freedom.

Slash info provides account details including user ID, subscription, remaining GPU hours, and lifetime usage.

Slash ask allows users to ask questions and receive answers with links to documentation.

In Midjourney server rooms, slash docs provides access to a list of documentation for further learning.

Frequently asked questions can be accessed with /faq in Midjourney server rooms.

The daily theme can be accessed and participated in with /daily theme in Midjourney server rooms.