Facebook will soon implement artful filters from Prisma to entertain their fans. Facebook Live will benefit from this new update, thrilling customers. If you are keen on painters like Hayao Miyazaki or Edvard Munch, then you should enjoy the new update which is soon to come. Your live videos will get the touch of art in no time.
The Russian popular app, Prisma will provide users with the possibility of using eight filters from their range, applying them to videos broadcast on their Facebook profiles. The artful filters will give your videos a sense of fine art before you decide to share the files on your social media platform. The technique used is known as style transfer. The new feature for Facebook is called Caffe2go.
The CEO of Prisma, Alexey Mooiseenkov has argued that the new filters implemented for Facebook Live will be as building a bridge between the digital material you have recorded and the edited version you imagined, satisfying your wish of artsy sense. Prisma uses neural network computation, enabling the filters to be available for both apps.
The launch of these artful filters of Prisma for Facebook has occurred due to Facebook’s intention of unveiling their filters bound to work on editing both pictures and videos, as well as live broadcasts.
During a tech meeting in Laguna Beach, California, the head of product for Facebook, Chris Cox has claimed that the new type of editing technology is one of Facebook’s most skillful area in which they invested a lot. Mike Schroepfer, who is the CTO of Facebook has demonstrated how amazing it is their new software which is bound to access any video from Facebook Live from a smartphone converting it into a real-time video displaying all sorts of artistic styles.
All users need to be aware of the fact that the artful filters from Prisma require a lot of processing energy. Thus, for the moment, the use of this feature is only available on the iPhone 6S and 7. Other exciting and innovative updates of Prisma can transform you into an artist, giving you the chance to use their support for editing GIFs.
Another useful skill will allow you to use the editing feature for offline videos on your smartphone. By using the new update, you can also tweak aspect ratio.
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