GreatBigJerk t1_ja8xpox wrote

There are text to video generators being worked on now. Some are looking promising. In a few years, some combination of these techniques could eliminate the need for live actors.

Also, this technique could be done using 3D animations as the base. It could turn something rough into something pretty damn professional.


GreatBigJerk t1_j6ji7uo wrote

I was thinking more for the average desktop user, but yeah it's a standard under the hood for a lot of things.

In software development, it's pretty common to have Ubuntu running under the hood for things like GitHub actions, web services, and now things like Windows WSL.


GreatBigJerk t1_j6j4pap wrote

The free tier thing seems like a pretty good thing for regular people. Is vanilla Ubuntu still popular? Most of the I've looked around, it seems better to use a distro built on Ubuntu like Mint, Pop OS, etc...