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Open AI Sora – Text to Video Reaction from a Video Creator

Open AI Sora – Text to Video Reaction from a Video Creator

Open AI Model recently released their text to video AI product called Sora. It clearly can create amazing 1 minute videos now,  but What Does It Mean for Creators in the near future?

In a recent YouTube video, CHICVOYAGE discusses the new AI model from OpenAI called Sora, which can create video from text. The YouTuber, who creates stock footage videos, gives his perspective on the potential impact of this technology on creators and the stock footage industry.

Sora is a new AI model that can create video from text. It is still under development, but the videos it can produce are already quite realistic. The YouTuber showed examples of videos created by Sora, including a photorealistic closeup video of two pirate ships battling each other in a cup of coffee, a young man sitting on a cloud reading a book, and a gorgeously rendered papercraft world of coral reef with colorful fish and sea creatures.

The YouTuber is concerned that Sora could disrupt the stock footage industry. He notes that some of the videos that Sora can create are similar to the types of videos that he creates and sells like the drone videos. He also worries that Sora could be used to create fake videos of people, which could have negative consequences.

Overall, the YouTuber is impressed with Sora’s capabilities, but he is also concerned about the potential impact of this technology on creators and the stock footage industry. He encourages viewers to share their thoughts on Sora and its potential impact.

Here are some additional details from the video that you may find interesting:

  1. The YouTuber has been using text-to-image AI for a while, and he has found that it can be difficult to generate images of new or niche terms like people playing the sport pickleball. He believes that it will take some time for Sora to be able to replicate niche style content.

  2. The YouTuber notes that Sora videos are currently limited to one minute in length.

  3. The YouTuber mentions that OpenAI has not said how they trained Sora, but he believes that it must have been trained on a large dataset of videos.

  4. The YouTuber discusses the ethical implications of Sora, such as the potential for creating fake videos of people. He notes that OpenAI has put some safeguards in place to prevent this, but he is concerned that these safeguards may not be enough.

In addition to the points mentioned above, here are some other things to consider:

  1. What are the potential benefits of AI-generated video for creators? For example, it could be used to create custom videos for clients, or to generate new ideas for content.

  2. What are the potential risks of AI-generated video? For example, it could be used to create fake videos of people, or to spread misinformation.

  3. How can we ensure that AI-generated video is used responsibly? For example, we could develop guidelines for how AI-generated video should be labeled and used.

It is important to have a conversation about these issues now, so that we can develop a framework for using AI-generated video in a responsible way.


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