As generative AI technology continues to advance, more and more artists are turning to AI-generated artwork as a medium for their creative expression. With tools like Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, Lensa AI, and DALL·E, artists can create unique and visually stunning works of art using text-to-photo artificial intelligence.
But what if you could take your AI-generated artwork to the next level and bring it to life with an interactive talking portrait? That's where Movio comes in.
Movio's Talking Photos
With TalkingPhoto artists can upload their AI-generated artwork onto Movio and create a virtual talking portrait using our unique AI technology. This means that your artwork can not only be viewed and admired, but it can also be interacted with in a new and exciting way. Your AI art can even narrate and promote itself with a customized script that speaks for you.
How to Create Talking Photos with Movio
To use Movio's talking photos feature, simply upload your AI-generated artwork onto the platform and select the "create talking portrait" option. From there, you can type a script that will bring your artwork to life with a talking AI portrait. Here are some simple steps to get you started:
Step 1: Sign-up for a free account on app.movio.la
Step 2: Go to “Avatar” → “My Avatar” then upload your portrait.
Step 3: Create a new video and select your avatar.
Step 4: Type in your video script (> 10 characters).
Step 5: Select your preferred voice, or record and upload your own audio.
Step 6: Submit your video, it will generate in a few minutes.
Step 7: Download, embed, and share your talking photos with the world!
The future of Art is Immersive
Whether you want to provide a narrated tour of your artwork or simply add a voice to your creation, Movio's talking photos feature offers endless possibilities for artists looking to take their AI-generated artwork to the next level.
So why wait? Start using Movio's talking photos feature today and bring your AI-art to life with an immersive storytelling experience. Your creative workflow will never be the same.