Mark Zuckerberg-owned social media giant Meta has rolled out two new AI-based features for video editing that could be used for posting on Instagram and Facebook.
The first one is Emu Video, producing four-second videos accompanied by a caption, photo, or image, along with a description prompt. The second is Emu Edit, providing users with a simpler way to modify or edit videos using text prompts.
The latest tools are an advancement of the parent model Emu, which generates images based on text prompts. Emu serves as the foundation for generative AI technology and various AI image editing tools for Instagram, enabling users to capture a photo and alter its visual style or background.
Meta also says that Emu Edit will precisely focus on only making changes that are relevant to the edit request — for example, asking it to add text to a baseball cap won’t change anything else about the cap design.
In the past year, businesses and enterprises have increasingly embraced the emerging field of generative AI, seeking enhanced capabilities and streamlining business processes following the debut of OpenAI’s ChatGPT late last year.
According to reuters, the social media giant has been making rapid strides in the AI universe and has become one of its most significant focus point as it looks to compete with other giants such as Microsoft, Alphabet’s Google and Amazon.
In related news, Instagram has rolled out new features, including over 20 new photo filters,10 new English text-to-speech voices, six new text fonts, and custom AI stickers. These additions provide users with more ways to edit their content before sharing it.
According to the company, Instagram is adding 10 new English text-to-speech voices to choose from, available in select countries, six new text fonts and styles available in hundreds of languages. To help your text stand out even more, you can now also add outlines for better clarity.
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