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Video sharing app TikTok has rolled out a new in-app-to image AI generator that lets users type in text and generate images that can be used in TikTok videos.
The effect called AI greenscreen can be accessed via the short-form video app’s camera screen.
DaLL-E is an AI system that creates realistic images and art from a description in natural language and is now available in beta.
The system allows users to create backround videos quickly and easily to accelerate their creative process.
This edit system allows users to make realistic edits to images they generate with DALL-E or images they upload using a natural language description.
In the first phase of the system, users can buy additional DALL-E credits in 115 credit increments for $15 on top of their free monthly credits.
The launch of this filter is becoming popular as users can select effects such as snorkeling in a purple screen or erupting rainbow volcano.
The interesting thing about this new green screen is that it proves just how fast technology is growing.
TikTok is a short-form video sharing service owned by Chinese company ByteDance. It hosts a variety of short form videos.
Users can share videos from genres such as pranks, stunts, jokes, dance, and entertainment.
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