Two new AI-powered video editing tools from Meta Platforms were released on Thursday; users may use them to modify videos and share them on Facebook or Instagram.
The first is called Emu Video, and it creates videos that last four seconds when given a caption, picture, or image and a description. The other is called Emu Edit, and it makes it easier for users to edit or modify films using text prompts.
The parent model Emu, which creates graphics in response to text commands, has been improved by the new tools.
Emu is the foundation for various AI image editing apps like Instagram and generative AI technologies that let users take a shot and alter its background or visual style.
Since the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT late last year, businesses and enterprises have rushed to the emerging generative AI sector in search of fresh capabilities and the improvement of business processes.
The social media behemoth has been advancing quickly in the field of artificial intelligence and has emerged as a key area of concentration for the technology as it attempts to take on other industry titans like Microsoft, Alphabet’s Google, and Amazon.
Meta is releasing as many updates for creators as it can, hoping to get users to submit as much as they can to its apps throughout the Christmas season. The holidays are almost approaching.
With an emphasis on Reels and Stories, Meta today introduced a number of new enhancements for Instagram production, including enhanced drafts, updated audio components, and new filters.
First of all, Meta is expanding its library of English text-to-speech voices and text fonts and styles for your works.
These additional voice possibilities will definitely spark interest in text-to-speech, which has become its own trend. Moreover, using alternative text typefaces will increase the creative presenting alternatives available to you.
Meta is also testing the ability to use its GIF “Clip Hub” to add audio-clips to Reels.
That will essentially provide you the ability to incorporate well-known memes into your own images and videos, offering you another entertaining way to create.
The CEO of Meta, Mark Zuckerberg, has previously disclosed that WhatsApp Business messaging would be available in India, enabling users to pay companies using the UPI method of their choice.
At the Meta Conversations event on WhatsApp Business, held at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai, Zuckerberg made the news virtually.
According to a Meta media element displayed during the presentation, the approved payment methods now include Pay on WhatsApp, credit/debit cards, netbanking, Google Pay, PhonePe, Paytm, and additional UPI choices. RazorPay and PayU are the first payment partners.