Here are some notable tools and platforms:
- RunwayML: An accessible platform for artists and creators, offering tools for video synthesis, style transfer, and more. It allows filmmakers to utilize AI without deep technical knowledge.
- Artbreeder: A platform for collaborative image creation where users can blend and modify images, which can be especially useful for concept art and character design.
- DeepArt: Uses neural networks for turning photos into art in the style of famous artists.
- Descript: An editing software that uses AI to transcribe, edit, and mix audio. This is especially useful for podcasters and filmmakers in post-production.
- Face++: A tool that detects and locates human faces within an image, which can be handy for various visual effects or animation tasks.
- Magisto: A video editing tool that uses AI to assist in the creation process, making decisions about which clips to use, how to transition between them, and what music to use.
- DALEE: It’s a voice-based AI tool that can animate a character’s lips and face to match the given voice-over.
- EbSynth: Turn video footage into stylized animations based on a single keyframe, allowing for a unique blend of realism and artistry.
- AI Color Grading: Tools like Color.io’s "Gooseberry" utilize AI to assist in color grading, making it easier and faster to achieve the desired look.
- NVIDIA’s GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks): NVIDIA has been at the forefront in developing GANs for creating hyper-realistic images, which can be used for concept art, backgrounds, and more.
- Filmora: This video editor incorporates AI-driven tools that can analyze clips and pick out meaningful moments, automate color correction, and more.
- Kapwing: An online platform that leverages AI for various tasks, such as automated subtitling, meme generation, and video editing.
Always check current reviews, communities like GitHub for open-source projects, and industry forums for the most up-to-date information on AI filmmaking tools.