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Kaiber Gallery 101: Showcasing Your Creativity
Kaiber Gallery 101: Showcasing Your Creativity

Explore the features and benefits of Kaiber Gallery, a platform designed to inspire creativity and provide recognition for your work.

Updated over a week ago

Welcome to the Kaiber Gallery!

It's a place where creativity thrives, and you can get recognized for your work.

What is the Kaiber Gallery?

The Gallery is a public space where users can showcase their Kaiber-generated videos and aesthetics. It's a hub where creators connect, collaborate, and get feedback.

💡 To access the gallery, click on the "Gallery" tab at the top of Kaiber's website. You'll find plenty of inspiring and creative content there.

At the Kaiber Gallery, you can appreciate other users' videos and get recognition for your own work. Plus, it's a safe place where you can improve your skills and try new ideas, by creating content using prompts from your fellow creators.

Gallery Features:

  • Add Your Video to Gallery

You can add to the gallery yourself! Expose your videos to the public by simply clicking the “eye” button on any of your videos.

  • Copy a Prompt

If you come across a user’s work that you enjoy, hover your mouse over the video and click the copy button. This will allow you to create using their prompt.

  • Search Bar

The search bar enables you to look for specific descriptors or words that someone may have used in their prompt. Hint: You could try searching by subject matter, color, mood, or lighting, for example.

  • Download

See a video you like? You can download or change the playback speed on any video in the gallery.

To start, move your mouse over the video and click on it. Then, go to the video's page and move your mouse over the video again. Click on the three dots to adjust the playback speed or download the video.

Whether you're a seasoned creator or a beginner, check out the Kaiber Gallery. Together, we can inspire each other and create amazing work!

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