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‘Artisto’ for Android and iOS to Convert Boring Videos into Great Art

As the photo lovers are going gaga with the Prisma app released last month, here’s an another new app ‘Artisto’ with an almost same function of Prisma. All new ‘Artisto’ features filters which are applicable even for videos. This may stand highlight. The video editor has a good range of effects which attracts users just at their first glance.

It’s a happening new trend, people, are paying more interests to turn their boring photos to artistic or classic cartoon view. A new era of domestic photo filters made photo editing user-friendly which are only available at famous studios earlier. Now Artisto made all the desired artistic views available to videos. Recently, the developers of Prisma also announced their release of the video filter feature, but Artisto has made it first. Created by Russian website Mail.ru, Artisto is available for both Android and iOS. Russia Beyond the Headlines (RBTH) stated that this new interesting app is developed just in 8 days.

Prisma to get Video Support Soon

“We decided to play with neural networks, which have become increasingly popular, and ventured to create a video-editing app,” Anna Artamonova, Mail.ru VP posted on Facebook. Based on machine vision algorithms, Artisto offers a quite impressive result. The app is quite easy to use and allows users apply filters to the existing videos in the gallery and also enabled to shoot through the app using the camera. Limiting its time duration to just 10 seconds might leave users in a bit disappointment, but it is more than excusable considering its process for output.

Prisma for Android is now Available Officially

Unlike Prisma, Artisto offers a faster delivery when it applies the filters. A buzz is that the app is unable to add filters to the videos in the gallery, but performing well when a video is shot through the app. Unfortunately, Artisto is not available for Android users across all regions in the world at this moment, but it is available for iOS users in the App store. Developers are making plans to release the app for Android users in all regions, and it is expected to roll out soon.

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