Midjourney launches alpha version for AI image generation on the web


Midjourney breaks out of Discord: Image generation on the web is available in an alpha version. To use the alpha version, you must have generated at least 10,000 images and log in to the current alpha website. Compared to Discord, it offers a simpler interface where you can set parameters like aspect ratio, chaos, or style using sliders and tags. You can also insert images into a prompt with a single click. X user Nick St. Pierre shows the new Midjourney site in action in a video below. There is no news yet about the upcoming version v6, which Midjourney announced in September for this year. The new version is supposed to follow the prompts more closely, which is currently the biggest advantage of OpenAI’s image generator DALL-E 3.

Video: Nick St. Pierre

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