Junk-E-Cat has released the first Prisma-made music video on his Instagram. Prisma is a photo-editing app that uses artificial intelligence and neural networks to alter photos into art-inspired "hand-drawn" images. Prisma is planning to release a video-editing version of its current photo-editing app.
Junk-E-Cat edited each individual frame of his music video on Prisma and then merged all 799 edited frames back into music video format. Junk-E-Cat used the Traverse Line filter to give the music video an animated film-like quality. The creative use of the photo-editing app has the potential to inspire similar music videos that would utilize the various filters offered by Prisma.
Although no release date for the Prisma video-editing app has been announced, its release has the potential to alter the way music videos are produced and edited.
Junk-E-Cat Has Produced a Prisma-Made Music Video
1. Prisma Video-editing - The release of Prisma's video-editing app could revolutionize the way music videos are produced and edited, providing an opportunity for artists to incorporate art-inspired, animated filters into their videos.
2. Art-inspired Video Filters - The creative use of Prisma's Traverse Line filter in Junk-E-Cat's music video could inspire other artists to experiment with art-inspired video filters in their own videos.
3. Individual Frame Editing - Junk-E-Cat's editing process of individually editing each frame of his music video on Prisma could pave the way for more precise and detailed editing techniques in music videos.
1. Music - The music industry could explore the use of Prisma's video-editing app to create visually stunning and unique music videos that stand out in a crowded market.
2. Photo-editing - As Prisma expands to include video-editing, the photo-editing industry could see new opportunities for innovation and growth in the use of AI and neural networks to create visually striking images and videos.
3. Artificial Intelligence - The use of AI and neural networks in Prisma's technology presents opportunities for disruptive innovation not only in the photo and video-editing industries, but also across various industries that could benefit from the creative potential of these technologies.