The creator of Lightricks mobile photo editing software is getting on the AI-generated art bandwagon with its new "Text to Image" generator in its applications, including photo jump, known for its photo editing features, and movement jump, an app that can animate a photo to make it look like it's in motion. Customers may now use text prompts to create AI-generated photos they can share with their friends and followers on social media.
The new feature is Lightricks' most recent AI advancement. Many Instagram creators use Facetune, the company's flagship tool, to edit their selfies and reduce their waistlines. The Israeli start-up is renowned for using artificial intelligence technology to power various artistic expression tools.
Apps like Videoleap, Filtertune, Beatleap, Artleap, Lightleap, and Boosted are among its several products.
With its new "Text to Image" feature, Lightricks is embracing technology that will let users use AI to create artwork in addition to editing images and videos. A similar feature for making video backdrops was just added to TikTook's mobile app.
To utilize the new feature, select "Generate AI Image" at the top of the app. A text field will then appear where you can type whatever you like. Even pre-written ideas like "a purple fox, by Van Gogh", or "singing poodle k pop record cover" are available for you to start with.
Customers can access the enhancing and animation tools after developing the AI image. Photoleap provides tools, including layering, filters, quick artwork, cut-out tools, and more. In addition to overlays and other outcomes, Motionleap provides animation tools, a 3D movement device, and other features.
Comparably, customers cannot modify photos in other AI artwork apps like Dream by WOMBO.
The company claims that Stable Diffusion, a recently publicly launched DALL-E 2-like technology, provided open source code that laid the foundation for the AI embedded into Lightricks' products.
A user enters a prompt to access the new feature, and hundreds of thousands of photographs from publicly accessible websites are used as the source for the images.
Customers using "Text to Image" can download as many AI-generated images as they want for free. Each image produced by the generator belongs to the user, claims Lightricks. You might be able to get up to 100 pieces of "better quality" information every 30 days if you sign up for a Pro subscription. The subscription costs range from $4.99 per month for a yearly plan to $9.99 per month for a month-to-month plan.
"AI technology has proven its powerful capabilities regarding content creation. Implementing the 'Text to Image' feature directly within our apps opens an entire realm of possibilities for our users, giving them limitless opportunities for incredible content creation," Zeev Farbman, CEO and co-founder of Lightricks, mentioned in an announcement. "This new tool supports our mission to help users enjoy the magic of creating and inspiring a new generation of content creators."
AI-generated art can benefit producers without the creative chops to realize their ideas physically when used ethically.
Lightricks creates tools for creativity that let its users design and distribute visual material on mobile devices. Lightricks incorporates advanced technologies from computer vision, computer graphics, and image processing into mobile goods. Facetune, Facetune 2, Enlight, Enlight Photofox, Enlight Videoleap, and Enlight Quickshot are the products of Lightricks.
Five businesspeople who had extensive skills in computer graphics, image processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence created Lightricks in January 2013 after leaving lucrative positions to pursue their ambition. These five people were Zeev Farbman, Nir Pochter, Yaron Inger, Amit Goldstein, and Itai Tsiddon