Adobe Project Blink Video Editor in Beta

Adobe Project Blink Video Editor in Beta

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San Jose, CA—Following the successful use of its video tools at the Sundance Film Festival, Adobe introduced Project Blink. The AI-powered web video editor can recognize objects, people, sounds as well as words spoken in videos. As a result, it enables users to edit content faster than before.

Adobe Project Blink Features

To create clips, users input text to search for specific words, objects, sounds or even types of activities within the video. They then select the portion of the video transcript or script they’d like to use. Adobe AI will automatically transform that portion of the video into a new clip. Consequently, it makes the process of editing a video as easy as using a word processor.

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The AI-powered web video editor recognizes objects, people, sounds as well as words spoken in videos.

“Since documentary filmmakers routinely devote entire sessions to combing through footage using traditional video-editing tools, and feature film editing similarly requires extensive searches for recorded lines that match film scripts, Project Blink will cut hours or days of tedious labor down to just minutes,” the company announced.

“Project Blink demonstrates the incredible power and innovation Adobe AI is bringing to future filmmaking.”

Adobe’s AI-powered web video editor is now available in beta. 

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