Prisma now empowers Facebook Live users to air artistic videos

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The fever of using Prisma smartphone app had gripped almost all Facebook users. And now, the last update of this popular photo-editing app empowers its users to air artistic videos on Facebook Live.

Wondering how? Well, this is quite simple. You’d be able to see a ‘Live Stream’ button in this app once you opt for videos instead of photos. This button help you broadcast whatever is being recorded via your smartphone camera.

Using this update, you can turn a day-to-day event into a beautiful moving painting. But don’t get too excited about this feature as currently it could be used only by iPhone 7 and 6s owners. These iPhone have to operate their Facebook account using Prisma app in order to use this livestreaming feature.

“Not every smartphone can handle that. We’re working to bring this to powerful Android smartphones also,” a Tech Crunch report quoted Prisma’s Aram Airapetyan as saying.

Apart from introducing this latest update, Prisma also revealed that it might soon launch GIF support to the existing app.

This photo-editing app, which utilizes a neural network and artificial intelligence to transform the image into an artistic effect, was created by Alexey Moiseenkov. It was launched in June 2016 as a free mobile app. A week after its launch, the app gained popularity and received over 7.5 million downloads and over 1 million active users as of July 2016.