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Google’s new AI can intelligently crop videos for any screen size

Dinu das

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What number of instances have you ever seen a video being badly cropped once you watch it on a cellular machine? It’s fairly irritating and annoying, and more often than not, there’s not a lot you are able to do about it.

To deal with this drawback, Google’s AI crew has developed an open-source resolution, Autoflip, that reframes the video that fits the goal machine or dimension (panorama, sq., portrait, and many others.). 

Left: Original video (16:9). Middle: Reframed using a standard central crop (9:16). Right: Reframed with AutoFlip (9:16). By detecting the subjects of interest, AutoFlip is able to avoid cropping off important visual content.