You have probably heard about the amazing results achieved by text-to-image artificial intelligence. The revolution is moving forward with the next target being text-to-video tools.

Text-to-video technology has been teased in research reports from their artificial intelligence labs, but it hasn't been made available to the public. If you have been waiting for the chance to make a video with a simple prompt, now is your chance.

It's important to realize that this isn't equivalent to generating thousands of Stable Diffusion stills and assembling them to create a video or getting access to the most advanced artificial intelligence systems in the world. The race for a text-to-video solution is very young.

The first step of the process is to create a script. I created a short on the system called "A video of a DJI drones flying over an astronauts on Mars, ending with a reaction shot of the surprised astronauts."

The artificial intelligence synthesised the speech with a choice of a male or female voice after it was written. The background video for the generated video was taken from a stock library, and there was a lot of footage of astronauts on Mars, according to the website.

QuickVid adds thumbnail images to the script as a final touch. Interesting is what the resulting short is. It might be better to handle more earthly Videos.

More personalization options will arrive in January, according to the developer of Quickvid. Support and caption will be included in QuickVid eventually.

Many more text-to-video solutions could arrive next year along with other visual wonders. It should be fun.

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