We were impressed by AI-powered photo editing app Prisma when it launched in July, and more so when it added offline access to most filters, but the app has now gone even further. The latest version of the app now supports video too – though it is limited to short clips of up to 15 seconds.
We’re excited to bring you a new way of self-expression. You can now turn your memories into moving artworks using unique video styles!
Pick a file from gallery or shoot up to 15 seconds of video through the Prisma camera to add an artist’s touch to it.
An update coming today will give Prisma for Android the ability to convert images in offline mode. You’ll only need an internet connection to download new styles.
Prisma, the photo filter application for Android and iOS devices that turns your photos into artwork, is now capable of handling the processing offline on iOS, with Android following soon. Prisma is like many of the other photo filt...
Prisma for Android is getting the ability to process its unique filters offline. Previously the app required an internet connection because the image processing what done in the cloud.
Prisma first launched on iOS back in July, bringing AI-powered artistic photo filters to the iPhone. We were impressed with the quality and variety of filters, noting the server-side machine learning aspect that made these filters p...