Wouldn’t this eventually become a paid streaming service where you put in a prompt, and a full-fledged movie pops out the other end? A movie that required no writers, directors, actors, sets, costume designers, or editors to create, just some AI software.
What if I told you that this is not only the future of Entertainment but that it’s here today, right now, and you can try it out?
Text-To-Video Technology Already Exists
Want to dive directly into the nitty gritty of using the “Deforum” Stable Diffusion Text to Video Generator? if you wanna have a go, I suggest starting with this tutorial video
But maybe you just want to pay someone else to generate the video for you. Then you should check out a start-up named Rosebud which can generate stock photos and video footage based on its own AI diffusion model.
Is only entertainment affected?
It’s also probably occurred to you that if video can be replaced so quickly with AI software, then anything, where the final product is digital, will eventually be learned by the algorithm and replace whatever human was doing that job.
Why am I so certain this is the future? Easy! This will eventually be the most profitable way to generate pretty much any digital content of any kind, and it will be customizable novel, and endless. After all, it’s just going to end up being some software on some servers, right? Sounds like a good business model to me!
For now, AI video creation technology makes it much easier and more accessible for people to create digital things. I expect we’ll see a huge burst of creativity across all creative fields as this AI technology is integrated into different pieces of software.
Looking further into the future, it’s clear these algorithms will eventually replace not only everyone in Entertainment but anything and everything digital, where it’s more profitable to have the AI software do it instead of a human. There will always be a call for human-made content, of course, just like people still take photos on film. To me, at least, this feels like the end of one era and the beginning of another.
About the Author
Jonathan Crooks is a street photographer and the pushing force at Prime Studios, a valuable resource for anything and everything film related.