TRASH has officially launched its AI-driven video creation platform that uses science to make it easy for anyone to create and share video from their phone, the company said.
Bring your creative spirit, TRASH does the rest. TRASH does this by offloading the technical, time-consuming work of video editing to its proprietary AI, freeing people from the psychological block of a blank canvas so they can focus on the message or emotion they want to share. The result is great-looking, vibey videos that are a step above Stories.
TRASH was selected as a MidemLab 2020 finalist from a total of 226 submissions from 49 countries, and will pitch on June 5 during the Midem Digital Edition. TRASH was also chosen for and recently demoed at Snap Inc.´s Yellow accelerator program, presenting for an audience of mobile and social industry veterans on May 12.
TRASH previously raised a USD 2.25 million pre-seed round from institutional venture funds in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Tokyo, including Precursor and Dream Machine. In addition, they won not only a National Science Foundation SBIR Phase I funding award, but also a prestigious Phase II.
Now out of beta, new additions to the TRASH platform include TRASH for Artists, a suite of features designed for independent musicians, allowing them to add their songs to the TRASH catalog and then easily create original video content, from promo clips to full-length music videos, with just one tap. Artists can tweak these videos until they completely capture their aesthetic, then post them to their own social channels to capture the attention of today´s video-minded music fans. In addition, TRASH for Artists provides data on the usage of an artist´s music in other TRASH videos.
TRASH is an AI-driven video creation platform built on a deep tech engine and committed to using science to enable art. Launched in beta in June 2019, TRASH lets anyone participate in video by automating the most challenging technical aspects with its proprietary AI engine, allowing users to instantly create an edited mix that pairs the best parts of their own videos with high-quality music. For more information, visit www.trash.app.