The New Frontier Of Video Editing Is Here: AI
A revolutionary new artificial intelligence tool that mimics the speech and thought patterns of humans has been launched enabling users to create videos without lifting a finger.
It’s the first hands-free content creation tool in the world.
CEO of InVideo Sanket Shah revealed: “We are excited to introduce a feature that will change the way our users edit their video on InVideo.”
IVA (Intelligent Video Assistant) can also define speed, as well as suggest the most relevant templates needed, doing all the thinking for you.
And as IVA gets to know her user, they can create voice commands she gets used to the sound and nuances of your interactions.
In fact, the platform means all the user has to do is tell IVA to suggest the best audio for their created video with a simple voice command such as, “Hey IVA, find me the best audio track for this promo video”, and their work is done.”
InVideo created IVA using the data of over 2 million users from over 195 countries, which they currently serve with their regular video creation service.
It also has access to a creative of 10,000 font style choices, 10 platform preferences, and proficiency calculations.
The company has already rolled out a BETA version of its service, which is running sign-ups for its launch until midday Indian Standard time on April 1st.
Bridgetti Lim Banda from Cape Town, Western Cape, was one of the first to use the new “look no hands” video platform.
She said: “It’s exciting. I was so impressed. All I needed to do was export it and talk to the app. It’s groundbreaking stuff!”
David Withington, from Wigan, England, used it to make a birthday video for his wife: It’s brilliant. I can’t wait for the new video platform to go live so everyone can use it. I’m really chuffed with this and I think my wife will as well. It’s like we’re in the future. It’s a magnificent feature.”
PrilaLoof who works with the AI Technology Division of InVideo said: “IVA works by using machine-learning algorithms and neural networking that are a direct copy of the human brain’s pathways.
“The AI is continuously updating and growing as it has more and more users work through its voice to screen interface.”
InVideo has already seen some of its main competitors sign up to the launch of the new service.
Sanket added: “This is the way forward; welcome to the future of video editing.”
This isn’t InVideo’s first groundbreaking launch – it was the world’s first watermark-free video editor that offered easier and quicker video creation.
For more information on IVA, and get on the waitlist, go to iva.invideo.io