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ComfyUI Node: Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“

Class Name

ADE_TimestepsConditioning

Category
Animate Diff šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“/conditioning
Author
Kosinkadink (Account age: 3712 days)
Extension
AnimateDiff Evolved
Latest Updated
6/17/2024
Github Stars
2.2K

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Install this extension via the ComfyUI Manager by searching for Ā AnimateDiff Evolved
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  • 2. Select Custom Nodes Manager button
  • 3. Enter AnimateDiff Evolved in the search bar
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Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ Description

Enhances animation conditioning with specific timesteps for precise control and dynamic effects in diffusion models.

Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“:

The ADE_TimestepsConditioning node is designed to enhance the conditioning process in animation diffusion models by incorporating specific timesteps into the conditioning data. This node allows you to define a range of timesteps, which can be used to control the influence of conditioning data over the course of the animation. By setting start and end percentages for the timesteps, you can fine-tune how the conditioning data affects the animation at different stages, providing greater control and flexibility in generating high-quality, temporally coherent animations. This node is particularly useful for artists looking to create animations with precise timing and dynamic changes in conditioning effects.

Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ Input Parameters:

cond

This parameter represents the primary conditioning data that will be used in the animation diffusion process. It is essential for defining the initial state and characteristics of the animation. The conditioning data typically includes various attributes and settings that influence the generated animation.

cond_DEFAULT

This parameter serves as the default conditioning data, which can be combined with the primary conditioning data. It acts as a fallback or baseline conditioning that ensures the animation has a consistent starting point. This parameter is useful for maintaining a standard conditioning effect throughout the animation.

opt_lora_hook

This optional parameter allows you to include a LoRA (Low-Rank Adaptation) hook in the conditioning process. The LoRA hook can modify the conditioning data based on additional learned parameters, providing more nuanced and adaptive conditioning effects. If not specified, the conditioning will proceed without the LoRA modifications.

opt_timesteps

This optional parameter is a TimestepsCond object that defines the start and end percentages for the timesteps. By setting these percentages, you can control the influence of the conditioning data over specific intervals of the animation. This parameter is crucial for creating animations with varying conditioning effects over time.

Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ Output Parameters:

CONDITIONING

The output of this node is the final conditioning data, which has been processed and potentially modified based on the input parameters. This conditioning data is ready to be used in the animation diffusion process, ensuring that the generated animation adheres to the specified conditioning effects and timesteps.

Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ Usage Tips:

  • To create animations with dynamic conditioning effects, experiment with different start and end percentages in the opt_timesteps parameter to see how the conditioning influence changes over time.
  • Use the opt_lora_hook parameter to introduce adaptive conditioning effects that can respond to specific characteristics of the animation, providing more detailed and refined results.
  • Combine the cond and cond_DEFAULT parameters effectively to maintain a consistent baseline conditioning while introducing variations with the primary conditioning data.

Timesteps Conditioning šŸŽ­šŸ…šŸ…“ Common Errors and Solutions:

"Invalid conditioning data format"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the provided conditioning data does not match the expected format.
  • Solution: Ensure that the conditioning data is correctly formatted and adheres to the required structure for the node.

"TimestepsCond object not provided"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the opt_timesteps parameter is expected but not provided.
  • Solution: Provide a valid TimestepsCond object to the opt_timesteps parameter to define the start and end percentages for the timesteps.

"LoRA hook not compatible"

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the provided LoRA hook is not compatible with the conditioning data.
  • Solution: Verify that the LoRA hook is correctly configured and compatible with the conditioning data being used.

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