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ComfyUI Node: šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘ 

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ADE_AnimateDiffModelSettingsAdvancedAttnStrengths

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Kosinkadink (Account age: 3712 days)
Extension
AnimateDiff Evolved
Latest Updated
6/17/2024
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šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘  Description

Advanced configuration settings for AnimateDiff model attention strengths.

šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘ :

The ADE_AnimateDiffModelSettingsAdvancedAttnStrengths node is designed to provide advanced configuration settings for the AnimateDiff model, specifically focusing on attention strengths. This node allows you to fine-tune various parameters related to positional encoding (PE) and attention mechanisms, enabling more precise control over the model's behavior and output. By adjusting these settings, you can influence how the model interprets and processes input data, leading to potentially more refined and accurate results. This node is particularly useful for AI artists looking to experiment with and optimize the performance of their AnimateDiff models, offering a higher degree of customization and flexibility.

šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘  Input Parameters:

pe_strength

This parameter controls the strength of the positional encoding adjustments. It allows you to fine-tune how much influence the positional encoding has on the model's performance. The value ranges from 0.0 to 10.0, with a default of 1.0. Adjusting this parameter can help in achieving the desired level of detail and accuracy in the model's output.

attn_strength

This parameter adjusts the overall strength of the attention mechanism. It affects how the model focuses on different parts of the input data. The value ranges from 0.0 to 10.0, with a default of 1.0. Modifying this parameter can help in enhancing the model's ability to capture important features and details.

other_strength

This parameter controls the strength of other miscellaneous adjustments that are not covered by the positional encoding or attention strength parameters. The value ranges from 0.0 to 10.0, with a default of 1.0. This parameter provides additional flexibility in fine-tuning the model's behavior.

motion_pe_stretch

This integer parameter adjusts the stretch of the motion positional encoding. It allows you to control how the motion information is encoded and interpreted by the model. The value ranges from 0 and above, with a default of 0. Adjusting this parameter can help in achieving smoother motion transitions.

cap_initial_pe_length

This integer parameter sets the initial length of the positional encoding cap. It helps in defining the starting point for the positional encoding adjustments. The value ranges from 0 and above, with a default of 0. This parameter is useful for controlling the initial encoding length.

interpolate_pe_to_length

This integer parameter defines the length to which the positional encoding should be interpolated. It allows you to control the final length of the positional encoding adjustments. The value ranges from 0 and above, with a default of 0. Adjusting this parameter can help in achieving the desired encoding length.

initial_pe_idx_offset

This integer parameter sets the initial index offset for the positional encoding. It helps in defining the starting index for the positional encoding adjustments. The value ranges from 0 and above, with a default of 0. This parameter is useful for controlling the initial index offset.

final_pe_idx_offset

This integer parameter sets the final index offset for the positional encoding. It helps in defining the ending index for the positional encoding adjustments. The value ranges from 0 and above, with a default of 0. This parameter is useful for controlling the final index offset.

mask_motion_scale

This optional parameter allows you to provide a tensor for scaling the motion mask. It helps in defining the scale of the motion mask adjustments. This parameter is useful for controlling the scale of the motion mask.

min_motion_scale

This parameter sets the minimum scale for the motion mask adjustments. It allows you to control the lower bound of the motion mask scale. The value ranges from 0.0 and above, with a default of 1.0. Adjusting this parameter can help in achieving the desired minimum scale.

max_motion_scale

This parameter sets the maximum scale for the motion mask adjustments. It allows you to control the upper bound of the motion mask scale. The value ranges from 0.0 and above, with a default of 1.0. Adjusting this parameter can help in achieving the desired maximum scale.

šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘  Output Parameters:

AD_SETTINGS

This output parameter provides the adjusted settings for the AnimateDiff model. It encapsulates all the adjustments made to the positional encoding, attention strengths, and other miscellaneous settings. This output is crucial for applying the customized settings to the AnimateDiff model, ensuring that the model operates with the specified configurations.

šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘  Usage Tips:

  • Experiment with different values for pe_strength and attn_strength to find the optimal balance for your specific use case.
  • Use the motion_pe_stretch parameter to achieve smoother motion transitions in your animations.
  • Adjust the min_motion_scale and max_motion_scale parameters to control the range of motion mask scaling, which can help in fine-tuning the motion effects.

šŸš«[DEPR] Motion Model Settings (Adv. Attn) šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ā‘  Common Errors and Solutions:

"Invalid value for pe_strength"

  • Explanation: The value provided for pe_strength is outside the allowed range.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for pe_strength is between 0.0 and 10.0.

"Invalid value for attn_strength"

  • Explanation: The value provided for attn_strength is outside the allowed range.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for attn_strength is between 0.0 and 10.0.

"Invalid value for other_strength"

  • Explanation: The value provided for other_strength is outside the allowed range.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for other_strength is between 0.0 and 10.0.

"Invalid value for motion_pe_stretch"

  • Explanation: The value provided for motion_pe_stretch is not a valid integer.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for motion_pe_stretch is a non-negative integer.

"Invalid value for cap_initial_pe_length"

  • Explanation: The value provided for cap_initial_pe_length is not a valid integer.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for cap_initial_pe_length is a non-negative integer.

"Invalid value for interpolate_pe_to_length"

  • Explanation: The value provided for interpolate_pe_to_length is not a valid integer.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for interpolate_pe_to_length is a non-negative integer.

"Invalid value for initial_pe_idx_offset"

  • Explanation: The value provided for initial_pe_idx_offset is not a valid integer.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for initial_pe_idx_offset is a non-negative integer.

"Invalid value for final_pe_idx_offset"

  • Explanation: The value provided for final_pe_idx_offset is not a valid integer.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for final_pe_idx_offset is a non-negative integer.

"Invalid value for min_motion_scale"

  • Explanation: The value provided for min_motion_scale is outside the allowed range.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for min_motion_scale is 0.0 or higher.

"Invalid value for max_motion_scale"

  • Explanation: The value provided for max_motion_scale is outside the allowed range.
  • Solution: Ensure that the value for max_motion_scale is 0.0 or higher.

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