zsxkib / animatediff-prompt-travel

🎨AnimateDiff Prompt Travel🧭 Seamlessly Navigate and Animate Between Text-to-Image Prompts for Dynamic Visual Narratives

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Run time and cost

This model runs on Nvidia A40 (Large) GPU hardware. Predictions typically complete within 29 minutes.

Readme

AnimateDiff prompt travel 🧭

NOTE: We have not added ControlNet or IP-Adapter into this model, yet…


AnimateDiff with prompt travel + ControlNet + IP-Adapter

I added a experimental feature to animatediff-cli to change the prompt in the middle of the frame.

It seems to work surprisingly well!

Example

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  • Numbered from left to right.
  • 1.prompt + lora
  • 2.prompt + lora + IP-Adapter(scale 0.5)
  • 3.prompt + lora + IP-Adapter Plus(scale 0.5)
  • 4.prompt + lora + Controlnet Reference Only(style_fidelity 0)
  • input image

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  • controlnet_openpose + controlnet_softedge
  • input frames for controlnet(0,16,32 frames)

  • result

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  • In the latest version, generation can now be controlled more precisely through prompts.
  • sample 1
    "prompt_fixed_ratio": 0.8,
    "head_prompt": "1girl, wizard, circlet, earrings, jewelry, purple hair,",
    "prompt_map": {
        "0": "(standing,full_body),blue_sky, town",
        "8": "(sitting,full_body),rain, town",
        "16": "(standing,full_body),blue_sky, woods",
        "24": "(upper_body), beach",
        "32": "(upper_body, smile)",
        "40": "(upper_body, angry)",
        "48": "(upper_body, smile, from_above)",
        "56": "(upper_body, angry, from_side)",
        "64": "(upper_body, smile, from_below)",
        "72": "(upper_body, angry, from_behind, looking at viewer)",
        "80": "face,looking at viewer",
        "88": "face,looking at viewer, closed_eyes",
        "96": "face,looking at viewer, open eyes, open_mouth",
        "104": "face,looking at viewer, closed_eyes, closed_mouth",
        "112": "face,looking at viewer, open eyes,eyes, open_mouth, tongue, smile, laughing",
        "120": "face,looking at viewer, eating, bowl,chopsticks,holding,food"
    },
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  • sample 2
    "prompt_fixed_ratio": 1.0,
    "head_prompt": "1girl, wizard, circlet, earrings, jewelry, purple hair,",
    "prompt_map": {
        "0": "",
        "8": "((fire magic spell, fire background))",
        "16": "((ice magic spell, ice background))",
        "24": "((thunder magic spell, thunder background))",
        "32": "((skull magic spell, skull background))",
        "40": "((wind magic spell, wind background))",
        "48": "((stone magic spell, stone background))",
        "56": "((holy magic spell, holy background))",
        "64": "((star magic spell, star background))",
        "72": "((plant magic spell, plant background))",
        "80": "((meteor magic spell, meteor background))"
    },
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Installation(for windows)

Same as the original animatediff-cli
Python 3.10 and git client must be installed
(A few days ago, PyTorch 2.1 was released, but it is safer to install the older version until things settle down.
#87)

git clone https://github.com/s9roll7/animatediff-cli-prompt-travel.git
cd animatediff-cli-prompt-travel
py -3.10 -m venv venv
venv\Scripts\activate.bat
set PYTHONUTF8=1
python -m pip install --upgrade pip
# Torch installation must be modified to suit the environment. (https://pytorch.org/get-started/previous-versions/)
python -m pip install torch==2.0.1+cu118 torchvision==0.15.2+cu118 torchaudio==2.0.2 --index-url https://download.pytorch.org/whl/cu118
python -m pip install -e .
python -m pip install xformers

# If you want to use the 'stylize' command, you will also need
python -m pip install -e .[stylize]

# If you want to use use dwpose as a preprocessor for controlnet_openpose, you will also need
python -m pip install -e .[dwpose]
# (DWPose is a more powerful version of Openpose)

# If you want to use the 'stylize create-mask' and 'stylize composite' command, you will also need
python -m pip install -e .[stylize_mask]

(https://www.reddit.com/r/StableDiffusion/comments/157c0wl/working_animatediff_cli_windows_install/)

I found a detailed tutorial
(https://www.reddit.com/r/StableDiffusion/comments/16vlk9j/guide_to_creating_videos_with/)
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_hh3wOD81s)

How To Use

Almost same as the original animatediff-cli, but with a slight change in config format.

# prompt_travel.json
{
  "name": "sample",
  "path": "share/Stable-diffusion/mistoonAnime_v20.safetensors",  # Specify Checkpoint as a path relative to /animatediff-cli/data
  "vae_path":"share/VAE/vae-ft-mse-840000-ema-pruned.ckpt",       # Specify vae as a path relative to /animatediff-cli/data
  "motion_module": "models/motion-module/mm_sd_v14.ckpt",         # Specify motion module as a path relative to /animatediff-cli/data
  "compile": false,
  "seed": [
    341774366206100,-1,-1         # -1 means random. If "--repeats 3" is specified in this setting, The first will be 341774366206100, the second and third will be random.
  ],
  "scheduler": "ddim",      # "ddim","euler","euler_a","k_dpmpp_2m", etc...
  "steps": 40,
  "guidance_scale": 20,     # cfg scale
  "clip_skip": 2,
  "head_prompt": "masterpiece, best quality, a beautiful and detailed portriat of muffet, monster girl,((purple body:1.3)),humanoid, arachnid, anthro,((fangs)),pigtails,hair bows,5 eyes,spider girl,6 arms,solo",
  "prompt_map": {           # "FRAME" : "PROMPT" format / ex. prompt for frame 32 is "head_prompt" + prompt_map["32"] + "tail_prompt"
    "0":  "smile standing,((spider webs:1.0))",
    "32":  "(((walking))),((spider webs:1.0))",
    "64":  "(((running))),((spider webs:2.0)),wide angle lens, fish eye effect",
    "96":  "(((sitting))),((spider webs:1.0))"
  },
  "tail_prompt": "clothed, open mouth, awesome and detailed background, holding teapot, holding teacup, 6 hands,detailed hands,storefront that sells pastries and tea,bloomers,(red and black clothing),inside,pouring into teacup,muffetwear",
  "n_prompt": [
    "(worst quality, low quality:1.4),nudity,simple background,border,mouth closed,text, patreon,bed,bedroom,white background,((monochrome)),sketch,(pink body:1.4),7 arms,8 arms,4 arms"
  ],
  "lora_map": {             # "PATH_TO_LORA" : STRENGTH format
    "share/Lora/muffet_v2.safetensors" : 1.0,                     # Specify lora as a path relative to /animatediff-cli/data
    "share/Lora/add_detail.safetensors" : 1.0                     # Lora support is limited. Not all formats can be used!!!
  },
  "motion_lora_map": {      # "PATH_TO_LORA" : STRENGTH format
    "models/motion_lora/v2_lora_RollingAnticlockwise.ckpt":0.5,   # Currently, the officially distributed lora seems to work only for v2 motion modules (mm_sd_v15_v2.ckpt).
    "models/motion_lora/v2_lora_ZoomIn.ckpt":0.5
  },
  "ip_adapter_map": {       # config for ip-adapter
      # enable/disable (important)
      "enable": true,
      # Specify input image directory relative to /animatediff-cli/data (important! No need to specify frames in the config file. The effect on generation is exactly the same logic as the placement of the prompt)
      "input_image_dir": "ip_adapter_image/test",
      # save input image or not
      "save_input_image": true,
      # Ratio of image prompt vs text prompt (important). Even if you want to emphasize only the image prompt in 1.0, do not leave prompt/neg prompt empty, but specify a general text such as "best quality".
      "scale": 0.5,
      # IP-Adapter or IP-Adapter Plus or IP-Adapter Plus Face (important) It would be a completely different outcome. Not always PLUS a superior result.
      "is_plus_face": true,
      "is_plus": true
  },
  "controlnet_map": {       # config for controlnet(for generation)
    "input_image_dir" : "controlnet_image/test",    # Specify input image directory relative to /animatediff-cli/data (important! Please refer to the directory structure of sample. No need to specify frames in the config file.)
    "max_samples_on_vram" : 200,    # If you specify a large number of images for controlnet and vram will not be enough, reduce this value. 0 means that everything should be placed in cpu.
    "max_models_on_vram" : 3,       # Number of controlnet models to be placed in vram
    "save_detectmap" : true,        # save preprocessed image or not
    "preprocess_on_gpu": true,      # run preprocess on gpu or not (It probably does not affect vram usage at peak, so it should always set true.)
    "is_loop": true,                # Whether controlnet effects consider loop

    "controlnet_tile":{    # config for controlnet_tile
      "enable": true,              # enable/disable (important)
      "use_preprocessor":true,      # Whether to use a preprocessor for each controlnet type
      "preprocessor":{     # If not specified, the default preprocessor is selected.(Most of the time the default should be fine.)
        # none/blur/tile_resample/upernet_seg/ or key in controlnet_aux.processor.MODELS
        # https://github.com/patrickvonplaten/controlnet_aux/blob/2fd027162e7aef8c18d0a9b5a344727d37f4f13d/src/controlnet_aux/processor.py#L20
        "type" : "tile_resample",
        "param":{
          "down_sampling_rate":2.0
        }
      },
      "guess_mode":false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,    # control weight (important)
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,       # starting control step
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0,         # ending control step
      "control_scale_list":[0.5,0.4,0.3,0.2,0.1]    # list of influences on neighboring frames (important)
    },                                              # This means that there is an impact of 0.5 on both neighboring frames and 0.4 on the one next to it. Try lengthening, shortening, or changing the values inside.
    "controlnet_ip2p":{
      "enable": true,
      "use_preprocessor":true,
      "guess_mode":false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0,
      "control_scale_list":[0.5,0.4,0.3,0.2,0.1]
    },
    "controlnet_lineart_anime":{
      "enable": true,
      "use_preprocessor":true,
      "guess_mode":false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0,
      "control_scale_list":[0.5,0.4,0.3,0.2,0.1]
    },
    "controlnet_openpose":{
      "enable": true,
      "use_preprocessor":true,
      "guess_mode":false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0,
      "control_scale_list":[0.5,0.4,0.3,0.2,0.1]
    },
    "controlnet_softedge":{
      "enable": true,
      "use_preprocessor":true,
      "preprocessor":{
        "type" : "softedge_pidsafe",
        "param":{
        }
      },
      "guess_mode":false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0,
      "control_scale_list":[0.5,0.4,0.3,0.2,0.1]
    },
    "controlnet_ref": {
        "enable": false,            # enable/disable (important)
        "ref_image": "ref_image/ref_sample.png",     # path to reference image.
        "attention_auto_machine_weight": 1.0,
        "gn_auto_machine_weight": 1.0,
        "style_fidelity": 0.5,                # control weight-like parameter(important)
        "reference_attn": true,               # [attn=true , adain=false] means "reference_only"
        "reference_adain": false,
        "scale_pattern":[0.5]                 # Pattern for applying controlnet_ref to frames
    }                                         # ex. [0.5] means [0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5 .... ]. All frames are affected by 50%
                                              # ex. [1, 0] means [1,0,1,0,1,0,1,0,1,0,1 ....]. Only even frames are affected by 100%.
  },
  "upscale_config": {       # config for tile-upscale
    "scheduler": "ddim",
    "steps": 20,
    "strength": 0.5,
    "guidance_scale": 10,
    "controlnet_tile": {    # config for controlnet tile
      "enable": true,       # enable/disable (important)
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,     # control weight (important)
      "guess_mode": false,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,      # starting control step
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0         # ending control step
    },
    "controlnet_line_anime": {  # config for controlnet line anime
      "enable": false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 1.0,
      "guess_mode": false,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0
    },
    "controlnet_ip2p": {  # config for controlnet ip2p
      "enable": false,
      "controlnet_conditioning_scale": 0.5,
      "guess_mode": false,
      "control_guidance_start": 0.0,
      "control_guidance_end": 1.0
    },
    "controlnet_ref": {   # config for controlnet ref
      "enable": false,             # enable/disable (important)
      "use_frame_as_ref_image": false,   # use original frames as ref_image for each upscale (important)
      "use_1st_frame_as_ref_image": false,   # use 1st original frame as ref_image for all upscale (important)
      "ref_image": "ref_image/path_to_your_ref_img.jpg",   # use specified image file as ref_image for all upscale (important)
      "attention_auto_machine_weight": 1.0,
      "gn_auto_machine_weight": 1.0,
      "style_fidelity": 0.25,       # control weight-like parameter(important)
      "reference_attn": true,       # [attn=true , adain=false] means "reference_only"
      "reference_adain": false
    }
  },
  "output":{   # output format 
    "format" : "gif",   # gif/mp4/webm
    "fps" : 8,
    "encode_param":{
      "crf": 10
    }
  }
}
cd animatediff-cli-prompt-travel
venv\Scripts\activate.bat

# with this setup, it took about a minute to generate in my environment(RTX4090). VRAM usage was 6-7 GB
# width 256 / height 384 / length 128 frames / context 16 frames
animatediff generate -c config/prompts/prompt_travel.json -W 256 -H 384 -L 128 -C 16
# 5min / 9-10GB
animatediff generate -c config/prompts/prompt_travel.json -W 512 -H 768 -L 128 -C 16

# upscale using controlnet (tile, line anime, ip2p, ref)
# specify the directory of the frame generated in the above step
# default config path is 'frames_dir/../prompt.json'
# here, width=512 is specified, but even if the original size is 512, it is effective in increasing detail
animatediff tile-upscale PATH_TO_TARGET_FRAME_DIRECTORY -c config/prompts/prompt_travel.json -W 512

# upscale width to 768 (smoother than tile-upscale)
animatediff refine PATH_TO_TARGET_FRAME_DIRECTORY -W 768
# If generation takes an unusually long time, there is not enough vram.
# Give up large size or reduce the size of the context.
animatediff refine PATH_TO_TARGET_FRAME_DIRECTORY -W 1024 -C 6

# change lora and prompt to make minor changes to the video.
animatediff refine PATH_TO_TARGET_FRAME_DIRECTORY -c config/prompts/some_minor_changed.json

Video Stylization

cd animatediff-cli-prompt-travel
venv\Scripts\activate.bat

# If you want to use the 'stylize' command, additional installation required
python -m pip install -e .[stylize]

# create config file from src video
animatediff stylize create-config YOUR_SRC_MOVIE_FILE.mp4

# Edit the config file by referring to the hint displayed in the log when the command finishes
# It is recommended to specify a short length for the test run

# generate(test run)
# 16 frames
animatediff stylize generate STYLYZE_DIR -L 16
# 16 frames from the 200th frame
animatediff stylize generate STYLYZE_DIR -L 16 -FO 200

# If generation takes an unusually long time, there is not enough vram.
# Give up large size or reduce the size of the context.

# generate
animatediff stylize generate STYLYZE_DIR

Video Stylization with mask

cd animatediff-cli-prompt-travel
venv\Scripts\activate.bat

# If you want to use the 'stylize create-mask' command, additional installation required
python -m pip install -e .[stylize_mask]

# [1] create config file from src video
animatediff stylize create-config YOUR_SRC_MOVIE_FILE.mp4
# in prompt.json (generated in [1])
# [2] write the object you want to mask
# ex.) If you want to mask a person
    "stylize_config": {
        "create_mask": [
            "person"
        ],
        "composite": {
# ex.) person, dog, cat
    "stylize_config": {
        "create_mask": [
            "person", "dog", "cat"
        ],
        "composite": {
# ex.) boy, girl
    "stylize_config": {
        "create_mask": [
            "boy", "girl"
        ],
        "composite": {
# [3] generate mask
animatediff stylize create-mask STYLYZE_DIR

# If you have less than 12GB of vram, specify low vram mode
animatediff stylize create-mask STYLYZE_DIR -lo

# The foreground is output to the following directory (FG_STYLYZE_DIR)
# STYLYZE_DIR/fg_00_timestamp_str
# The background is output to the following directory (BG_STYLYZE_DIR)
# STYLYZE_DIR/bg_timestamp_str

# [4] generate foreground
animatediff stylize generate FG_STYLYZE_DIR

# Same as normal generate.
# The default is controlnet_tile, so if you want to make a big style change,
# such as changing the character, change to openpose, etc.

# Of course, you can also generate the background here.
# in prompt.json (generated in [1])
# [5] composite setup
# enter the directory containing the frames generated in [4] in "fg_list".
# In the "mask_prompt" field, write the object you want to extract from the generated foreground frame.
# If you prepared the mask yourself, specify it in mask_path. If a valid path is set, use it.
# If the shape has not changed when the foreground is generated, FG_STYLYZE_DIR/00_mask can be used
# enter the directory containing the background frames separated in [3] in "bg_frame_dir".
        "composite": {
            "fg_list": [
                {
                    "path": "FG_STYLYZE_DIR/time_stamp_str/00-341774366206100",
                    "mask_path": " absolute path to mask dir (this is optional) ",
                    "mask_prompt": "person"
                },
                {
                    "path": " absolute path to frame dir ",
                    "mask_path": " absolute path to mask dir (this is optional) ",
                    "mask_prompt": "cat"
                }
            ],
            "bg_frame_dir": "BG_STYLYZE_DIR/00_controlnet_image/controlnet_tile",
            "hint": ""
        },
# [6] composite
animatediff stylize composite STYLYZE_DIR

# See help for detailed options.

Auto config generation for Stable-Diffusion-Webui-Civitai-Helper user

# This command parses the *.civitai.info files and automatically generates config files
# See "animatediff civitai2config -h" for details
animatediff civitai2config PATH_TO_YOUR_A111_LORA_DIR

Wildcard

  • you can pick wildcard up at civitai. then, put them in /wildcards.
  • Usage is the same as a1111.( __WILDCARDFILENAME__ format, ex. __animal__ for animal.txt. __background-color__ for background-color.txt.)
  "prompt_map": {           # __WILDCARDFILENAME__
    "0":  "__character-posture__, __character-gesture__, __character-emotion__, masterpiece, best quality, a beautiful and detailed portriat of muffet, monster girl,((purple body:1.3)), __background__",
  • checkpoint : mistoonAnime_v20 for anime, xxmix9realistic_v40 for photoreal
  • scheduler : “k_dpmpp_sde”
  • upscale : Enable controlnet_tile and controlnet_ip2p only. If you can provide a good reference image, controlnet_ref may also be useful.
  • max_samples_on_vram : Set to 0 if vram is insufficient when using controlnet
  • max_models_on_vram : 1
  • Generate at lower resolution and upscale to higher resolution
animatediff generate -c config/prompts/your_config.json -W 384 -H 576 -L 48 -C 16
animatediff tile-upscale output/2023-08-25T20-00-00-sample-mistoonanime_v20/00-341774366206100 -W 512

Limitations

  • lora support is limited. Not all formats can be used!!!
  • It is not possible to specify lora in the prompt.






Below is the original readme.


animatediff

pre-commit.ci status

animatediff refactor, ~~because I can.~~ with significantly lower VRAM usage.

Also, infinite generation length support! yay!

LoRA loading is ABSOLUTELY NOT IMPLEMENTED YET!

This can theoretically run on CPU, but it’s not recommended. Should work fine on a GPU, nVidia or otherwise, but I haven’t tested on non-CUDA hardware. Uses PyTorch 2.0 Scaled-Dot-Product Attention (aka builtin xformers) by default, but you can pass --xformers to force using xformers if you really want.

How To Use

  1. Lie down
  2. Try not to cry
  3. Cry a lot

but for real?

Okay, fine. But it’s still a little complicated and there’s no webUI yet.

git clone https://github.com/neggles/animatediff-cli
cd animatediff-cli
python3.10 -m venv .venv
source .venv/bin/activate
# install Torch. Use whatever your favourite torch version >= 2.0.0 is, but, good luck on non-nVidia...
python -m pip install torch torchvision torchaudio --index-url https://download.pytorch.org/whl/cu118
# install the rest of all the things (probably! I may have missed some deps.)
python -m pip install -e '.[dev]'
# you should now be able to
animatediff --help
# There's a nice pretty help screen with a bunch of info that'll print here.

From here you’ll need to put whatever checkpoint you want to use into data/models/sd, copy one of the prompt configs in config/prompts, edit it with your choices of prompt and model (model paths in prompt .json files are relative to data/, e.g. models/sd/vanilla.safetensors), and off you go.

Then it’s something like (for an 8GB card):

animatediff generate -c 'config/prompts/waifu.json' -W 576 -H 576 -L 128 -C 16

You may have to drop -C down to 8 on cards with less than 8GB VRAM, and you can raise it to 20-24 on cards with more. 24 is max.

N.B. generating 128 frames is slow…

RiFE!

I have added experimental support for rife-ncnn-vulkan using the animatediff rife interpolate command. It has fairly self-explanatory help, and it has been tested on Linux, but I’ve no idea if it’ll work on Windows.

Either way, you’ll need ffmpeg installed on your system and present in PATH, and you’ll need to download the rife-ncnn-vulkan release for your OS of choice from the GitHub repo (above). Unzip it, and place the extracted folder at data/rife/. You should have a data/rife/rife-ncnn-vulkan executable, or data\rife\rife-ncnn-vulkan.exe on Windows.

You’ll also need to reinstall the repo/package with:

python -m pip install -e '.[rife]'

or just install ffmpeg-python manually yourself.

Default is to multiply each frame by 8, turning an 8fps animation into a 64fps one, then encode that to a 60fps WebM. (If you pick GIF mode, it’ll be 50fps, because GIFs are cursed and encode frame durations as 1/100ths of a second).

Seems to work pretty well…

TODO:

In no particular order:

  • [x] Infinite generation length support
  • [x] RIFE support for motion interpolation (rife-ncnn-vulkan isn’t the greatest implementation)
  • [x] Export RIFE interpolated frames to a video file (webm, mp4, animated webp, hevc mp4, gif, etc.)
  • [x] Generate infinite length animations on a 6-8GB card (at 512x512 with 8-frame context, but hey it’ll do)
  • [x] Torch SDP Attention (makes xformers optional)
  • [x] Support for clip_skip in prompt config
  • [x] Experimental support for torch.compile() (upstream Diffusers bugs slow this down a little but it’s still zippy)
  • [x] Batch your generations with --repeat! (e.g. --repeat 10 will repeat all your prompts 10 times)
  • [x] Call the animatediff.cli.generate() function from another Python program without reloading the model every time
  • [x] Drag remaining old Diffusers code up to latest (mostly)
  • [ ] Add a webUI (maybe, there are people wrapping this already so maybe not?)
  • [ ] img2img support (start from an existing image and continue)
  • [ ] Stop using custom modules where possible (should be able to use Diffusers for almost all of it)
  • [ ] Automatic generate-then-interpolate-with-RIFE mode

Credits:

see guoyww/AnimateDiff (very little of this is my work)

n.b. the copyright notice in COPYING is missing the original authors’ names, solely because the original repo (as of this writing) has no name attached to the license. I have, however, used the same license they did (Apache 2.0).