Adobe Photoshop has allowed us to manipulate imagery for years, now the company is working on a similar platform, but for the human voice. Developed alongside Princeton University, the platform is called Project VoCo., and Adobe describes it as “Photoshopping Voiceovers.”
Upon uploading a voice sample, you will see the material appear in wave form, similar to various other audio software. Then, the platform identifies the words in the clip and spells them out into a text editor. To change what’s been said, all you have to do is type in a new word. Once played back, you will hear the same voice dictating the edited phrase.
Adobe recently unveiled a demonstration of Project VoCo. during its its annual MAX conference, as you can in turn get a sneak peek of what to expect via the clip above.