OpenAI Sora Faces Strong Competition from Chinese AI Model Kling

Mahek Baid
Mahek Baid June 7, 2024
Updated 2024/06/07 at 12:10 PM

Kuaishou Technology, a Chinese company known for its short-video platform, has recently unveiled its text-to-video model called Kling. This model is gaining attention for its impressive capabilities, positioning it as a strong competitor to OpenAI’s Sora.


Video Length and Quality

Kling can create videos up to two minutes long at 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second (fps). In comparison, Sora, developed by OpenAI, is limited to one-minute-long videos. Several AI enthusiasts have shared their Kling-generated creations, displaying vivid visuals and accurate simulations of real-world physical properties.

OpenAI Sora's biggest rival is here: Chinese AI model Kling creates videos  with more accuracy | Technology News - The Indian Express

Complex Motion Sequences

Kling’s advanced 3D face and body reconstruction, powered by the company’s proprietary technology (3D VAE), allows it to model large-scale realistic motions. Whether it’s a car driving on the road during sunset or a man riding a horse through the Gobi Desert, Kling captures intricate details with movie-quality precision.

Text-to-Video Translation

Kling reportedly uses a Diffusion Transformer architecture to translate textual prompts into visually compelling scenes. Its ability to simulate physical world characteristics sets it apart from other text-to-video models.

Availability and Access

Kling is currently available for testing on the kuaiying app, Kuaishou’s video shooting and editing platform. There are instances suggesting that Kling’s output surpasses that of Sora, even before Sora becomes widely accessible.

As the competition intensifies, both Kling and Sora are pushing the boundaries of what AI can achieve in video generation. For more such content, keep reading @techinnews

TAGGED: , , , , ,
Share this Article