Prisma introduces feature to turn videos into artwork
Prisma has extended its neural photo network conversion to videos. In an announcement on Thursday, Prisma announced that its artistic photo imagery now worked with 15-second videos too.
When Prisma took the world by a storm following its launch in June, the team behind the photo-filter app announced that it will be coming with support for videos soon. Several alternative filter apps with support for videos have turned up since then, but now Prisma has finally announced support for videos, starting with its iOS app.
Just like with images, the application of filters on videos is also supported offline through the app. The app is able to process 15-second videos and allows you to apply 9 different filters currently. However, the developer says it is working towards the addition of more filters soon to the app. The feature is also expected to make its way to the Android version of the app soon as well.
A total of nine styles are currently available for video, the company announced on Thursday, with the feature presently limited to iOS devices.
Candy, Gold Fish, Paper Art, Illegal Beauty, Tokyo, Gothic, Curly Hair, The Scream and Roy are the styles launched by Prisma.