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Moviemaking has long been associated with the snap of the clapboard and directors calling, “CUT!” as they slam down a script. But now, it’s an artificial intelligence behind the lens, directing videos and calling all the shots.

Artificial intelligence has evolved with enough capability to direct, film, edit, and produce videos. From preserving precious personal memories to offering marketing services, artificial intelligence at the helm of video production has made a highly specialized product into something easy and accessible.

In The Director’s Chair

Portable hand-held devices have allowed anyone with a cell phone or camcorder to film anywhere and anytime. Every day, people easily film everything from their baby’s first steps to graduations, weddings, casual get togethers, online sales pitches, makeup tutorials, etc. It’s easy to press record and go.

However, turning a recording into a high-quality video is not so easy. Sure, programs allow users to create their own videos, but they are painstaking processes. The effort takes hours to pick the right files, splice together video, create a montage, or just edit out any jostling.

Producer and Editor All-In-One

Today, video editing software has become automated as a result of machine learning. Machines now produce entire video products. By reading photo or video file date tags, analyzing visual compositions, and conducting facial recognition, algorithms sort images / film clips into related groups and sequences. Machines learned to create a visual story.

Instead of a human being trying to pick and choose, splice and edit, or develop and package, a machine can handle it all. From montage to story board, artificial intelligence analyses and decisions helm film production to create all types of videos.

Business Is Booming

The AI tech for video production opens doors to a medium long withheld for experts only. Now, slick marketing promos are accessible to just about anyone. Moreover, they are faster than human-driven video production.

Services exist that use AI to scan blogs and articles, disseminate main ideas, find related images / clips, generate copy and voice to narrate, and create a package for publication. The result is a video product ready to publish online, share to social media, or send to customers/clients.

Modern Home Movies

The home movie genre is often a compilation of jerky images flickering on a screen. The images captured by the video are often distorted as viewers try to follow jumpy video. Using AI tech for video development changes all that.

AI technology determines when to pan, zoom, or stabilize a camera, allowing for a smooth and steady view of the subject. Machines have learned to react to subjects’ gestures and adjust accordingly.

Going A Step Further

Imagine attending your child’s college graduation. You’re clapping freely because you don’t have to hold a camera. Above, your drone is filming everything.

AI tech makes it possible for a machine to handle all aspects of video filming, editing, production, and packaging. Cue the fade out as the AI voice quips, “That’s a wrap!”

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Deborah Huyett

Deborah Huyett is a professional freelance writer with experience working for a variety of industries. She enjoys and works with all types of writing, and she has been published or ghostwritten for blogs, newsletters, web pages, and books. A former English teacher, Deborah’s passion for writing has always been grounded in the mechanics while appreciating the art of writing. She approaches projects as creative challenges, matching voice and tone for any audience.

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