Adobe will integrate AI features from Firefly into its video editing software through an upcoming update by the end of this year.
Firefly Video Integration
Adobe Video editors can now use the system’s tools to transform daytime photos into sunset scenes or add music by inputting a few bits of text. The software is based on Adobe’s recently released AI technology for making static graphics and text, called Adobe Firefly.
Adobe, a leading provider of tools for filmmakers and animators, assures clients that Firefly-generated content is completely lawful for commercial usage.
The new Adobe video tools include an AI system that can read a script and build a storyboard. The ad industry can utilize the system’s capability to collect footage and create tailored versions of the ad’s sound and visuals for foreign markets.
In an interview with Reuters, Ivo Manolov, VP of digital and video audio enterprise services at Adobe, made this statement: “With a single button, we can generate 1,000 versions of the same video that are localized.”.
The video editing tools are currently in beta development at Adobe, with a release later this year.