How AI Is REALLY Disrupting Video, With Lucihub CEO Amer Tadayon

When it comes to AI changing video, generative tools like Sora and Dream Machine have stolen a lot of the spotlight. with their ability to “imagine” video clips from text prompts. As cool as they are, most of them aren’t available yet, and there’s a big question of whether they actually save you any time.

But while these magic clip generators create a lot of excitement, there’s a quiet disruption taking place downstream. Because in the real world, when you undertake a video project (whether it’s editorial or marketing), there’s a universal rule: You want it done well, you want it done fast, and you want it done cheap. And you can only have two of those things.

Could AI put us on a path to getting all three? That’s what I wanted to find out from Amer Tadayon. Amer is the CEO of Lucihub, a service that can create videos that would have taken days or weeks, and turn them around in hours — sometimes minutes. You still need to give it raw footage (it’s not a purely generative tool like Sora), but it uses AI so that Lucihub’s human editors can cut videos incredibly quickly, and for a lot less than you’d pay an agency. For creative teams struggling for manpower and resources, it feels like a game-changer.

I talked with Amer about how Lucihub is disrupting the conventional wisdom around video, as well as what that means for the big picture. Could AI make video great again?

If you want to check out Lucihub, please email me a with Lucihub in the subject and I’d be happy to send you a discount code.

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