Video Tools & Analytics
Welcome to the first issue of our new experiment. This is going to be a quick guide to some of the tools we're currently exploring and the most interesting links of the week.
Assistive - Assistive.chat
This year, I'm excited to delve into text-to-video tools. There are some amazing demos out there, but I haven't explored them deeply yet. Assistive, a new player in this field, is less than a month old but has already showcased very intriguing video demos. I am trying this out now, but a word of caution to anyone seeking a demo: they are currently only accepting signups for their highest tier, with no free account options yet.
Pika - Pika.art/my-library
Lately, I've been engaging with a variety of video tools. Pika, in particular, has been releasing a lot of updates and has quickly become one of my favorite tools. Pika also offers a decent free tier, making it a great place to experiment with video creation and get accustomed to prompting. Additionally, they provide a GPT tool to assist with prompting. More information can be found here: Chat with Pika's GPT
Simple Analytics - SimpleAnalytics.com/ai
Justifying spending on an analytics platform can be hard, especially when Google's product is the industry standard. However, Simple Analytics offers a compelling alternative. On their landing page, they allow you to interact with some data for testing purposes. As someone who isn't fond of sifting through analytics, I find this feature particularly useful.
That's it for this week, everyone. Thank you for joining me in this exploration of new tools and technologies. Looking forward to sharing more in the upcoming issues!