Concepts / Low-Rank Adaptations (LoRAs)

Modified on Thu, 04 Jan 2024 at 07:02 AM

Low-Rank Adaptations, commonly referred to as LoRAs, are lightweight models that are used in conjucntion with base models.


Using LoRAs

  • LoRAs are best used when trying to fine-tune results in order to achieve a certain style.
  • To use a LoRA, open the LoRA menu item in the options panel, select the LoRAs you want to apply and select a desired weight. The weight of the LoRA determines the impact the LoRA will have on the final generation. Typically, most LoRAs perform best at a weight of .75-1.
  • Some LoRAs may be supplied with a "trigger" word in the prompt that they have been explicitly trained on, while others may simply apply their effect without being triggered.



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