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#397 - AI Video Editing Workflows

In case you're wondering, here are some things you can actually do with AI when working in post-production.

The reason I share this is that I think it's easy to get a little lost in the barrage of tools, platforms, technology and terminology of the whole AI rabbit hole. There's a lot going on, and it's all happening quickly.

By the end of reading this issue of Cut/daily you'll have a better sense of what is actually possible thanks to the judicious application of machine learning and a couple of mouse clicks.

But before we dive into the details of these really useful workflows, here are a few macro-level headlines on current AI-driven shifts in the industry.

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AI vs Artists

Studio regrets hiring AI promoters - Not sure if this story is true, but it sounds plausible.

The moral of the story?

Your training as an artist will always be the most important part of this process, and it is invaluable.

or as I read here...

I don’t like doing something to a mediocre level. It’s great to be 70, because you really get to preach with some authority:

Get good at something. That’s it. Everything else is bullshit.

— Jerry Seinfeld, Comedian

CAA Testing AI Clones - Apparently, talent agency CAA partnered with AI vendors to scan their clients' bodies, faces, and voices to create AI clones for use in reshoots, dubbing, and stunt double replacement.

They plan to roll it out beyond their client base.

Tech-wizard Michael Kammes shared this Gartner hype-cycle graph on various forms of AI.

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