Prompt in any language

While our interface is currently only in English, our software now understands prompts in over 50 languages. For PRO and PLUS users, you can now prompt in any language using Render + the Translate parameter.  This feature is beta and has been tested in Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Urdu. Please give it a spin.


Slang words, especially very colloquial slang, nicknames, recent celebrities or current events will not work well. You should use formal language and write in short, clear phrases to be best understood. Certain nouns and verbs are of course also different by regions, so it may miss some nuances. When possible, use the most common words for things, as you might hear them on the evening news, in a formal tone.

Step 1: Write a render command

Follow render with the /translate parameter

/render /translate

Just add the forward slash translate command as shown below in the positive prompt box. You don’t even have to tell the AI which language you’re speaking, it will figure it out on its own.

Step 2: Try this Spanish prompt

We’re going to ask the AI for a cat dressed as a pirate eating a tart. Feel free to use a different foreign language that you know.


/render /translate Un gato vestido como un pirata, comiendo una torta de fruta

And you’re done!


Get Fancier

You can stack other parameters after Translate. Add a model name, a recipe name (#sdxlreal is a prompt template created by the community, type /recipes to see a list of them), and whatever else you’d like to boost quality. Here we called HDR correction using /vass and a popular Stable Diffusion XL model, realistic vision version 3.

/render /translate Un gato vestido como un pirata, comiendo una torta de fruta <realvis3-xl> #sdxlreal /vass /size:1280x1280 /images:2