Anticipated to launch in the upcoming fall, Google’s Pixel 8 series is poised to introduce an intriguing new flagship capability. This time, the tech giant is rumoured to unveil the ‘Audio Magic Eraser’ feature, designed to eliminate unwanted sounds from their video clips.
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Following the introduction of the Magic Eraser tool with the Pixel 6, which uses machine learning to remove unwanted objects from images, Google seems set to broaden its AI and machine learning repertoire with the imminent arrival of the third-generation Tensor processors.
Within the leaked promotional material, an individual is depicted employing the Audio Magic Eraser feature to ‘identify’ distinct sounds within a skateboarding video. Once the phone completes its processing, it categorizes the sounds into ‘Noise’ and ‘People.’ The user then effortlessly reduces the ‘noise’ by a value of -20 points (presumably in decibels). This simple action causes the skateboard’s noise and background hiss to vanish with a mere tap.
The promotional material emphasizes, “The only phone with Audio Magic Eraser,” culminating with the assertion, “The only phone engineered by Google.”
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