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Prompt-to-Video AI

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more prevalent by the day. While many are familiar with the technology's natural language processing systems that allow it to generate text and images, fewer know it can also create videos. These text-based prompt-to-video AI tools may not turn you into the next Spielberg or Tarantino, but they are simple and powerful enough for anyone to use. To make the most of these systems, it's essential to understand how the prompt process works.

Using Prompt-to-Video AI Tools

For an AI to create the video you need, you must first supply it with the necessary information. This information is known as a prompt. It's the instructions you give to the AI for your video. There's no need to learn any complicated coding or programming to do so. Prompts are written in simple, plain text. However, while this seems easy at first glance, there are a few things to remember when writing your prompt.

  1. Keep your prompt clear and concise
  2. Make sure to specify any details you want to be included
  3. Phrase your prompt as a command
  4. Try rewriting your prompt a few different ways for different results

Following these guidelines will help ensure the AI creates your desired video. For many prompt-to-video AI tools, you can specify things like camera angles, and preferred avatars, and even supply it with a script that the AI will use to generate a voiceover for the video. However, it's important to remember that the technology is still far from perfect. The final video won't always be seamless or free of errors. Issues such as unnatural-looking movements and inaccurate lip-syncing are common in the final product. For these reasons, the current prompt-to-video AI tools are best for simple and short videos.

Examples of prompts you can use include:

  • "Create a video of a dog running on the beach."
  • "Create a video of a man in a suit and tie saying [insert script]."
  • "Create a video of spaghetti being prepared in a professional kitchen."

Prompt-to-Video AI Tools

  • DeepBrain AI - If you need a video of a hyperrealistic avatar reading your script, you'll be hard-pressed to find one better than DeepBrain AI. This prompt to video AI service allows users to select an avatar for their video, enter a script, and have the avatar read it out with convincingly realistic results.
  • ModelScope - Hugging Face made this machine learning prompt-to-video AI tool and is one of the easiest to use. A user must enter a simple text-based prompt, and ModelScope will automatically create the video.
  • Stable Diffusion Videos - Stable Diffusion Videos generate short clips by creating transitions between images based on your prompts.
  • Make-A-Video - Meta has also entered the AI video generation industry with Make-A-Video. This prompt-to-video AI tool allows users to input text prompts and select whether they want their video to be surreal, realistic, or stylized.
  • Lumen5 - Lumen5 is a prompt-to-video AI tool created for marketing purposes. Just supply it with a prompt or script, and Lumen5 will pick out the best images and audio to use in the video. It also allows you to upload your own logos, text, and music.
  • Designs.AI - You can create compelling video content with Designs.AI. The AI tool will enable you to supply it with a script, select an industry, and pick a voice and style you want to be used for the video. Once the video has been created, you can edit it to include any text or music you like.
  • Synthesia - Synthesia is another viable prompt-to-video AI tool if you're looking for a virtual presenter. You can select from over 40 realistic avatars to use in your video and then supply the program with a script for your avatar to read.
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