Google Videofx: An inside peek at the latest video generation experiment

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Google is planning to introduce VideoFX in the AI Test Kitchen, and it is very likely will be a part of the Google I/O 2024 announcement. This tool enables users to create AI-generated videos, equipped with capabilities such as video generation, image manipulation, and the creation of stylized videos, including anime and photorealistic visuals. VideoFX distinguishes itself with the inclusion of a TV mode, designed for viewing AI-generated short-form content similar to Shorts and Reels.

To utilize VideoFX's offerings, users will likely need to follow these steps:

Please keep in mind that this tool was not released yet and the exact announcement could differ 🚧
  1. Access the AI Test Kitchen after Google's I/O event, where VideoFX will be available to beta testers.
  2. Experiment with various generation modes, including normal and distilled options for different models like JUNO and Miro V5.
  3. Use specialized prompts or the quick add buttons for prompting, akin to those in ImageFX.
  4. Explore the TV mode for an immersive experience of AI-generated content.

Reverse engineers have observed that VideoFX excels in various aspects, particularly in video generation and image manipulation. Moreover, VideoFX has demonstrated proficiency in video inpainting and refinement

Inpainting being added to ImageFX in May 14th, alongside more dimensions than 1:1 gens
VideoFX being added for video generation
VideoFX will also have TV mode, a place to watch entirely AI generated short form content
Image by @bedros_p
Image by @bedros_p

VideoFX is developed by Google, part of its broader initiative within the AI Test Kitchen. This tool aims to provide a comprehensive studio experience for AI-generated video creation, complete with soundtrack generators. Notably, the AI Test Kitchen is set to incorporate Imagen 3 through ImageFX, indicating Google's ongoing efforts to AI-driven content creation tools.

This development was first brought to light by @swishfever on social media platforms, offering a detailed look into VideoFX and its changelog, signifying a step forward in AI-powered content generation.

Source: @bedros_p