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Midjourney Automation Bot



The Midjourney Automation Bot is a groundbreaking, open-source project that leverages the capabilities of OpenAI's GPT-3 model for automated image generation. This tool is specifically designed to interact with Discord channels, enabling users to create a wide array of art forms such as illustrations, digital paintings, or sketches through simple text prompts. It stands out for its ease of use, making it a valuable asset for artists, developers, and enthusiasts in the realm of automated image generation.

Key Features

  • Automated Discord Interaction: The bot is programmed to autonomously interact with Discord channels, streamlining the process of sending and receiving image generation commands.
  • User-Defined Prompts: Users can input custom prompts to guide the image generation process, offering a high degree of creative control.
  • GPT-3 Integration: Utilizing OpenAI's GPT-3 model, the bot can interpret prompts and generate corresponding images with remarkable accuracy and creativity.
  • Customizable Upscale Options: The bot includes options for upscaling the generated images, allowing users to enhance image quality according to their needs.
  • User-Friendly Web Interface: Equipped with a web interface, the bot offers an intuitive platform for users to interact with and control its functions.
  • Robust Logging: The bot maintains detailed logs of its operations and any encountered errors, ensuring transparency and ease of troubleshooting.
  • Open Source and Customizable: Released under the MIT License, the bot encourages broad usage and modification, catering to a wide range of applications and user modifications.

Setup Guide

Step 1: Clone the Repository

  1. Open your command line interface (CLI).
  2. Navigate to the directory where you want to clone the repository.
  3. Run the following command:
       git clone
  4. This will create a copy of the repository on your local machine.

Step 2: Install Dependencies

  1. Ensure you have Python and pip installed on your machine. If not, download and install Python from Pip is included automatically.
  2. Navigate to the directory of the cloned repository in your CLI. Use the cd command to change directories. For example: bash cd midjourney-automation-bot
  3. Once in the directory, run the following command to install the required dependencies:
       pip install -r requirements.txt
  4. This command will install all the Python packages listed in the requirements.txt file.

Step 3: Set the OpenAI API Key in the Environment Variable

  1. You need to have an OpenAI API key. If you don't have one, you can obtain it from the OpenAI API portal.
  2. Setting the environment variable depends on your operating system.

  3. For Windows:

    1. Open Command Prompt or PowerShell.
    2. Run the following command (replace Your_API_Key with your actual API key):
         setx OPENAI_API_KEY "Your_API_Key"
    3. Restart your CLI to apply the changes.
  4. For macOS/Linux:

    1. Open Terminal.
    2. Add the export command to your shell profile file (like .bashrc, .zshrc, etc.). For example, if you're using bash, you can run:
         echo 'export OPENAI_API_KEY="Your_API_Key"' >> ~/.bashrc
    3. Replace Your_API_Key with your actual API key.
    4. Apply the changes by running source ~/.bashrc (or the respective file for your shell).

Usage Guide

Step 1: Open Discord

  1. Open your browser and go to Discord.
  2. Log in to your Discord account.
  3. Navigate to the channel where you've added the Midjourney Discord bot too and copy the URL of the channel.

Step 2: Start the Bot

  1. Open your CLI and navigate to the directory of the cloned repository.
  2. Run the following command: python
  3. This will start the bot and open a new browser window with the GUI.
  4. Enter the required details including the Discord channel URL, the bot command, the art type, the descriptors, and the topic.
  5. Click on the Start Bot button to start the bot.
  6. The bot will now start generating ten images in the specified channel, upscale them, and download them to your local machine.

Last update: February 5, 2024
Created: February 5, 2024