Artisto: competitor launches video editing app before Prisma
Artisto, the video editing app uses neural network similar to Prisma and turns your videos into styles of artists like Picasso.
“Artisto is a video editing app that lets you artistically video-capture the world around you. If you have ever heard (and nowadays who has not?) about neural networks and artificial intelligence, this is exactly the combination of the two, but the real marvel only reveals itself when you try it,” says the app’s Google Play page.
The developer’s Facebook page claims the app processes 10-second videos and offers 14 cool filters to choose from including Picasso and Patrick.
The app has been downloaded more than 10, 000 times on the Android app store since its launch.
Other than the developer, fans too have uploaded a number of sample videos created by Artisto.
Check it before we review the app.
— Sara Maria Manzo (@saramariamanzo) August 8, 2016
About the developer
My.com says the developer’s headquarter is located in Amsterdam, it also hase an office in Silicon Valley, and many of its developers work in Moscow at Mail.Ru Group where they are the largest Internet company.