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How Sora Works : The Best AI Video Generation Process

The folks behind ChatGPT just made a big announcement on Thursday. They’ve come up with a cool new tool that can whip up short videos in a flash, all from written instructions.

Based in San Francisco, OpenAI has rolled out a text-to-video generator called Sora. It’s not the first of its kind though. Other big players like Google, Meta, and Runway have shown off similar tech.

Sora created a video based on text such as “A stylish woman walks down a Tokyo street filled with warm glowing neon and animated city signage. She wears a black leather jacket, a long red dress, and black boots, and carries a black purse. She wears sunglasses and red lipstick. She walks confidently and casually.”

Generated by Sora : Tokyo Street Scene

But what’s got everyone talking is the amazing quality of the videos OpenAI’s tool churns out, especially after CEO Sam Altman asked folks on social media for ideas. One user suggested a grandma influencer hosting a cooking session for homemade gnocchi in a cozy Tuscan kitchen with movie-like lighting. Altman quickly responded with a video that brought the idea to life.

Here’s the kicker: Sora isn’t available to the public just yet, and OpenAI hasn’t spilled all the beans on how they built it. Plus, there’s some legal drama around the use of copyrighted stuff to train their other tool, ChatGPT.

But on their website, OpenAI showcases some seriously cool videos made with Sora. Think woolly mammoths strolling through the mountains or pirate ships battling it out in a cup of coffee.

Sora also visulized one video of Several giant woolly mammoths approach, treading through a snowy meadow. Their long woolly fur lightly blows in the wind as they walk. Snow-covered trees and dramatic snow-capped mountains loom in the distance. The mid-afternoon light with wispy clouds and a sun high in the sky creates a warm glow.

Generated by sora : Woolly Mammoths in a Snowy Meadow

In a blog post, OpenAI mentioned they’re consulting with artists, policymakers, and others before launching Sora for everyone.

They’re also teaming up with experts to make sure their tool isn’t spreading fake news or biased content. Looks like they’re on a mission to make sure Sora is as reliable as possible.

The prompt for the second video describes a realistic close-up scene of two pirate ships engaged in battle while sailing inside a cup of coffee.

What Is Sora ?

  • Sora is OpenAI’s latest leap in generative artificial intelligence. It instantly creates short videos based on written commands or prompts.
  • Other companies, including Google, Meta, and the startup Runway, have also explored similar technology.

CEO Sam Altman demonstrated Sora’s prowess by creating realistic videos based on user-submitted prompts. From wooly mammoths roaming mountain landscapes to pirate ships battling within a cup of coffee, Sora’s output is both imaginative and visually stunning.

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