Sky alternative online tools are extraordinarily popular in the present day crop of photo-editing apps. Mobile apps such as Lighttricks’ Lightleap help you put up a new sky on your photo quickly. While for a greater subtle option, you can also prefer to flip to Adobe Photoshop’s recently-released AI-powered feature.
However, there aren’t many commercially on hand equipment for such video effects. A new open-source device takes a crack at changing the sky with AR effects in clips. The special thing about this AI-powered device is that it can additionally augment objects in the sky and adjust the photos as if it used to be absolutely existing during the shooting.
The mannequin is independent of the shooting source. So, you can use photos captured even from your phone. Plus, you can use a picture or a video in place of the sky. It can even create a Skybox effect to make your video appear larger than life. Imagine sticking up a giant spaceship in a clip of your road trip!
There are a couple of limitations to this model. First, it’s trained only for the daylight hours sky. So, if your video was shot at night, the device will not work effectively. Second, if the sky used to be clear with no object in sight, it would possibly exchange some of the foregrounds as well. Not an perfect result for video editors.
However, this is a high-quality starting point for practicable mainstream equipment to test with and combine into their products.