Being towards death

Heed not to the tree-rustling and leaf-lashing rain, Why not stroll along, whistle and sing under its rein. Lighter and better suited than horses are straw sandals and a bamboo staff, Who's afraid? A palm-leaf plaited cape provides enough to misty weather in life sustain. A thorny spring breeze sobers up the spirit, I feel a slight chill, The setting sun over the mountain offers greetings still. Looking back over the bleak passage survived, The return in time Shall not be affected by windswept rain or shine.

Stable Video officially opens for public beta testing.

Under the popularity of Sora and X's enthusiasm, the trends of other products seem to be submerged in the sea of information.

However, there are still some interesting products and interesting trends.

For example, one of the former AI video "Three Great Families," Stability (the company that open-sourced Stable Diffusion), has finally officially launched their AI video product.

Stable Video.

In the era without Sora, the "Three Great Families" in my heart have always been: Runway, PIKA, and SVD.

SVD is not this Stable Video, it is Stable Video Diffusion, which has always been a model and cannot be considered a product strictly speaking.

But this model has really good effects, but it needs users to deploy it themselves, so it is really troublesome to use, and the threshold is high. Everyone still prefers something that can be used by simply clicking on it.

Finally, until yesterday, Stable Video opened to everyone, no need to queue, everyone can use it. (No magic required)

Behind it is actually the SVD model, but it is wrapped in an application that allows users to easily get started.

Supports image-based videos and text-based videos.

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In terms of stability, motion range, and loss of image details, SVD is in the top tier in my opinion, or you can directly say it's No.1 (excluding Sora).

Of course, the best part is that they offer 150 free points every day.

10 points for one clip, which means you can get around 15 for free every day. PIKA only offers 3 clips per day, and Runway doesn't have any.

Looking at it this way, Stable Video is still very user-friendly and can be directly used by some casual players.

If you want to buy, it's also possible. $10 for 500 points, $50 for 3000 points. But compared to Runway and others, it's not very cost-effective. After becoming a member of Runway, you can buy 1000 points for $10, which is equivalent to 200 seconds. Stable Video offers 500 points for $10, which is equivalent to 50 seconds. This is a loss...

Not very cost-effective.


In terms of functionality, it also has regular lens control, and there are some customizable motion speeds and steps. I won't go into details about this, it's not much different from Runway and PIKA.


Overall, before Sora came out, if there were friends who wanted to play AI videos, I would blindly recommend Stable Video.

In addition to being able to get 15 clips for free every day, it also has the best stability, motion range, and no loss of image details.

Extremely suitable for new players to get started and experience the charm of AI videos.

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