A video creator application empowers the media and advertising industry by transforming their stories into videos with professionalism, creativity, and ease with the integration of Google Cloud Platform.
FREMONT, CA: The love for making videos from memories for social media popularity has now gotten to a whole new level with an application powered by AI. GliaStudio’s AI video creator is a unique platform that leverages AI to build eye-catching videos for users to publish on social media platforms.
GliaCloud Co., Ltd. has now teamed up with the Google Cloud platform to make the application available in the marketplace. The video creator can now extract content from the newsfeed, social posts, live sports events, and even statistical data in a short period with the collaboration with Google Cloud. It has enabled various businesses around the world to access the applications to stand out on social media.
Customers can avail various packages offered by the developers of GliaStudio. With basic plans already in place for small and medium marketers, the app can leverage its text to video technology that weaves aesthetically sound videos within a few clicks. Professionals in publishing and streaming can adopt the advanced package with customization features like AI meta-tagging service, distribution, automating sporting highlights, and monetization systems.
GliaStudio has enriched social media with its artistically created videos by extracting AI technology; it has also attracted millions of views and engagements in thousands. The main advantage of the feature is that it can be scalable for the user with basic and advanced levels. The company aims to provide another weapon for marketers lacking a professional video editing resource to brighten up their stories and attract business in the world which prefers videos.
Being a front-runner in the media and entertainment industry, GliaCloud has a solid technology background and has demonstrated internationally. The application is trusted by several leading video platforms, blogs, music streaming applications, and news media.