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AI video editing tools. What editors want and how far is AI from delivering?

@article{Soe2021AIVE,
  title={AI video editing tools. What editors want and how far is AI from delivering?},
  author={Than Htut Soe},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.07809}
}
Video editing can be a very tedious task, so unsurprisingly Artificial Intelligence has been increasingly used to streamline the workflow or automate away tedious tasks. However, it is very difficult to get an overview of what intelligent video editing tools are in the research literature and needs for automation from the video editors. So, we identified the field of intelligent video editing tools in research, and we survey the opinions of professional video editors. We have also summarized… Expand

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