InVideo Unveils IVA: The First AI-Powered Voice Assistant Video Editing Feature

With about 10,000 font style options, ten platform preferences, targets, and proficiency calculations, IVA (Intelligent Video Assistant) is set to revolutionize video creation, according to a report by Send2Press Newswire. On March 31st, 2021, InVideo launched an artificial intelligence technology that will bring video content creators into the 22nd century. During the launch, Sanket Shah, InVideo CEO, said, “We are happy to introduce a feature that will transform how users edit content on InVideo.” Sanket adds that this AI-based video maker is unique as it will function on voice command. That way, users can edit videos without lifting a finger.

IVA is based on InVideo’s inbuilt assistant and has been developed using the thought patterns of the human brain and speech. This feature will enable users to create a video with their voice only. IVA also aims to make video content creation more accessible, regardless of location, type of device, and internet speed. With InVideo’s intelligent video assistant, improving video creation and streaming for all becomes easy. Here are some features of artificial intelligent assisted video editing technology enhancing video content creation.

Facial Or Image Recognition

In today’s world, video or filmmakers are required to create content that is accessible for everyone, including individuals living with disabilities. For this reason, video creators are turning to artificial intelligence to improve accessibility when creating content. Typically, AI-assisted video editing platforms or apps utilize automatic facial recognition as part of their filters. Through machine learning and image processing, AI-based video editing tech helps editors integrate audio descriptions in their content. That way, individuals who are blind or those with low vision can learn more about the information in the video.

Voice Recognition

Using machine learning and neural networks, intelligent video editing assistants also recognize speech. With speech recognition, AI-video editors insert captions in videos so that people living with hearing impairment can read and understand what the streaming content is about. Interestingly, the latest AI-powered video assistant utilizes the speech recognition feature to help you create videos using your voice. InVideo’s intelligent video editor allows you to make videos by speaking directly on your phone’s microphone as long as you have the InVideo app. Since InVideo is accessible on any device, making videos that promote accessibility via mobile is now easier than ever before. All you need to do is tell the app what you want. For example, you can tell IVA to find a suitable audio track for your promotional video, and it will do it.

Monitoring And Recording

Thanks to advanced technology, video assists like Blackmagic 7” 12G HDR video assist can monitor and record video to any HDMI or SDI camera. Depending on your preferences, you can create a video in 2K and 4K DCI, Ultra HD (high definition), and HD formats. Furthermore, Blackmagic’s video assist has enhanced designs that make video creation easy and fun. Some of these improved features include a tally indicator, brighter screens designed for HDR video recording, better focus assist elements, 3D LUTs, and four inbuilt scopes. Not to mention native Blackmagic raw recording is available from supported cameras.

The 5” and 7” Blackmagic video assists 12G-HDMI 2.0, and SDI allows users to enjoy unlimited recording support from any device. Interestingly, you can record footage in all formats up to 2160p60, with the brighter screens enhancing your view when shooting HDR digital films or recording video in the sunlight. The latest Blackmagic video assist 12G also features advanced batteries, including support for two standard Sony L-series batteries. Other components integrated into this video assist technology are two media slots, a 12v power supply, and an improved LCD touch screen. These features make the Blackmagic video assist versatile and a suitable solution for next-generation broadcast testing, digital video shooting, and live film production.

Memory And Variety of Video Editing Tools

Artificial intelligence-assisted video editing platforms are designed with a memory feature. For example, InVideo’s intelligent video assistant enables users to save favorite templates, audio tracks, font style and color, and alignment styles in its inbuilt memory. Even more appealing, you need to tell the app what to save only once. That’s because it has enhanced neural networking and machine learning algorithms that are similar to the human brain pathway. Furthermore, IVA was developed based on data from more than two million InVideo users and ten million existing videos created on the platform. It can filter data into thousands of codes that constantly update depending on the user’s actions to enhance user experience. Another appealing feature of intelligent video assistants is various templates, fonts, alignment preferences, and font colors. Whether you’re making a listicle or promo video, or brand intro, IVA will find the best templates, font colors, and alignment styles. You only need to use your voice to tell the AI-enabled video editor what you want.

In recent years, the integration of artificial intelligence in technology, especially video editing, has increased rapidly. Thanks to enhanced machine learning algorithms and neural networking, you can use AI-based video editing technology to create accessible video content. The latest intelligent video editing feature is also transforming how people create videos. With InVideo’s AI-powered video assistant, you only need to use your voice to create and edit videos.