If you're looking to add more dynamism to your Gen-2 generations in all prompting modes, learning how to use the single value motion setting can lend greater general creative potential to the velocity and motion encapsulated in your exports.
The motion value controls overall motion, and may manifest as camera motion, object motion or a combination of both. At present, single value motion does not allow you to finely control what kind of movement you'll receive, and may not always match the motion you expect or intend.
Using single value motion
To get started, open up Gen-2. Motion will appear as a setting at the bottom of the prompt input panel in both Text to Video and Image to video modes:
To change the motion value, you can click on the displayed number itself and drag left or right. Left will decrease the value, while right will increase it. 1 signifies the least amount of desired motion, while 10 signifies the most amount of desired motion.
If dragging the number itself isn't your style, click on the slider icon to instead option the Motion Panel. Here, you can drag the white slider bar to your desired motion value.
Or, if you have a specific number in mind, you can type it directly into the Motion Panel. To save the value you enter, just click anywhere inside the Motion Panel. Hitting enter or clicking outside of the box will cause the value you entered to revert, so make sure to click inside of the panel itself!
Configuring motion for less movement
To generate clips with less movement, you'll want to use lower motion values.
Configuring motion for more movement
To generate clips with more movement, you'll want to use higher motion values.