November 6, 2016

Adobe prototypes Photoshop for audio

Craig Stewart:

Demonstrating the software, Jin took a clip of speech and by simply typing new text into an edit box was able to add that text into the speech, in exactly the same voice. In other words, he redubbed’ what the speaker has actually said.

This is amazing. Fascinating that they claim to be working on the watermarking to identify fakes at the same time. That’s how good the technology is going to be.


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