Voice tune can be changed by Adobe photoshop
Online Desk: The concept video begins with a user looking at an image on an iPad.
He taps a microphone at the top of the screen that activates a digital assistant – which sounds similar to Alexa or Siri.
Instead of taping, pinching and dragging, the man just tells the AI what edits to make to the image - and the assistant does them automatically.
And it seems Adobe has its sight on an advanced AI, because the man uses natural language to prompt the edits.
For example, he said, ‘I’d like to reframe this picture’ and ‘flip it sideways’.
It appears that Adobe designed the concept for version Lightroom Mobile, but it also seems that the app is just a concept.
Adobe notes that this concept is their way of ‘exploring what an intelligent digital assistant photo editing might look like’.
‘We combined the emerging science of voice interaction with a deep understanding of both creative workflows and the creative aspirations of our customers,’ the firm shared in the video description.