Why you need to get ahead of this AI trend

Why you need to get ahead of this AI trend

Why you need to get ahead of this AI trend

Text-to-video AI is coming. And you better be ready when it does.

OpenAI released a beta version of its video platform Sora, to a handful of external people.

OpenAI is also rolling out a text-to-speech model.

This model speaks exactly like you after being fed a 15-second clip.

And, OpenAI isn’t the only one working on text-to-video.

People love videos, especially short form. Every social platform is moving to video first.

Even LinkedIn is about to introduce a short-form video feature.

It’s safe to say the next couple of years are going to be a crazy ride for creators. 

And, the sooner you get started, the better positioned you’ll be to take advantage of the opportunity.

One of the first movers in this space was Runway.

You can sign up for free and start playing with text to video immediately.

I love how simple and easy this tool is.

You are currently limited to 4 seconds of video output but can extend videos.

The thing I was most impressed with was the image-to-video model.

You can upload a base image and then animate elements of the image to turn it into a video.

Like most things AI. 

Text-to-video will be massively overhyped in the short term and underestimated in the long term.

There is a first-movers advantage to understanding how these models work.

Give yourself the gift of 3 or 4 hours to play with this.