Don’t hesitate to experiment with the Pika Labs
-neg Parameter. Restricting the options of the AI when it tries to use your prompt to build a video is the entire point of the exercise. Blocking off sections of latent space by using negative prompts is a perfectly valid technique. The reality is that the vast majority of the latent space that Pika has access to has absolutely nothing to do with whatever prompt you’re writing at any given time.
If you avoid practicing with
-neg, it doesn’t benefit you. It just leaves you with fewer tools to get the output you’re interested in.
You tell Pika Labs Discord Bot what you want with a positive prompt, then you look at the output. If you see things you don’t want, then you get rid of them however you can. Maybe that’s a positive prompt change, maybe it’s a 30 word
-neg stack. It doesn’t matter how you get to the result that pleases you.
It’s impossible to “break” or “damage” a prompt. If you feed in a negative prompt that doesn’t work, you just take it out and try something else. It hurts nothing, and teaches you something new every time.
When you use a
-neg prompt, what you do is wall off a section of data – be very careful how you wall it off. A tight, concise term as a -neg is not likely to keep the Pika Bot from getting to other data that it needs. But as data for X can be stored very close to data for Y – if your term is fairly general you can keep the AI from getting to both X and Y.
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