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ComfyUI Node: Cloud

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How to Install ComfyUI-0246

Install this extension via the ComfyUI Manager by searching for  ComfyUI-0246
  • 1. Click the Manager button in the main menu
  • 2. Select Custom Nodes Manager button
  • 3. Enter ComfyUI-0246 in the search bar
After installation, click the  Restart button to restart ComfyUI. Then, manually refresh your browser to clear the cache and access the updated list of nodes.

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Cloud Description

Manage and manipulate cloud data efficiently within workflows for organization and transformation.


The 0246.Cloud node is designed to manage and manipulate cloud data within a workflow, providing a flexible and powerful way to handle complex data structures. This node allows you to input cloud data, process it, and output the results for further use in your workflow. The primary goal of the 0246.Cloud node is to facilitate the organization and transformation of cloud data, making it easier to manage and utilize in various applications. By leveraging the capabilities of this node, you can efficiently handle data grouping, duplication, and flipping, among other operations, to optimize your workflow and achieve desired outcomes.

Cloud Input Parameters:


This parameter is a dictionary that contains the essential data needed for the node to function. It is mandatory and must be provided for the node to execute properly. The required data is used to initialize and process the cloud data, ensuring that the node has all the necessary information to perform its tasks.


This parameter is a dictionary that includes optional data that can be provided to the node. The key "cloud" within this dictionary refers to a "CLOUD_DATA" object. This optional data can enhance the node's functionality by providing additional context or information that can be used during the execution process. If not provided, the node will still function but may have limited capabilities.


This parameter is a dictionary that contains hidden data used internally by the node. It includes "_prompt" (a prompt string), "_id" (a unique identifier), and "_workflow" (extra workflow information). These hidden parameters are not meant to be modified by the user but are essential for the internal workings of the node, ensuring that it can track and manage the cloud data correctly.

Cloud Output Parameters:


This output parameter is a tuple that represents the processed cloud data. The "CLOUD_PIPE" output is the primary result of the node's execution, containing the transformed cloud data that can be used in subsequent nodes or steps within the workflow. This output is crucial for continuing the data processing pipeline and achieving the desired results.


This output parameter is a tuple that provides the name of the output cloud data. The "_cloud_out" output is used to identify the processed cloud data, making it easier to reference and utilize in other parts of the workflow. This output ensures that the cloud data can be seamlessly integrated into the overall workflow, maintaining consistency and organization.

Cloud Usage Tips:

  • Ensure that the required input parameter is always provided to avoid execution errors.
  • Utilize the optional "cloud" parameter to enhance the node's functionality and provide additional context for processing.
  • Be mindful of the hidden parameters, as they are essential for the node's internal operations and should not be modified.
  • Use the "CLOUD_PIPE" output to continue the data processing pipeline and achieve desired results in subsequent nodes.

Cloud Common Errors and Solutions:

Missing required parameter

  • Explanation: The required input parameter is not provided, causing the node to fail.
  • Solution: Ensure that the required parameter is included in the input data.

Invalid cloud data format

  • Explanation: The provided cloud data does not match the expected format, leading to processing errors.
  • Solution: Verify that the cloud data is correctly formatted and matches the expected structure.

Hidden parameter modification

  • Explanation: The hidden parameters have been modified, disrupting the node's internal operations.
  • Solution: Avoid altering the hidden parameters to ensure the node functions correctly.

Execution failure due to missing optional data

  • Explanation: The node fails to execute properly because optional data that enhances functionality is missing.
  • Solution: Provide the optional "cloud" parameter to improve the node's performance and capabilities.

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