Pictory analyses your script or article and automatically highlights some keywords from the text to pick visuals relevant to your script.
Auto highlight keyword is on by default so you will always need to toggle it off if you don't want AI to automatically select keywords for you.
Here's how you can turn it off, to manually highlight keywords:
From your Pictory homepage, click on the “Script to Video” or “Article to Video” depending on the type of content you want to repurpose.
For Script to Video
From the text input window where you can either copy and paste your text or type it out, on the top right-hand corner of your script editor, go to ‘Scene settings” and then toggle off “Auto highlight keywords” from the drop-down menu.
You can then use the highlight icon to manually highlight the words or blocks of text you want AI to focus on for visual selection.
For Article to Video
Once you’ve pasted the link to your source article, on the next window, in the top right-hand corner of screen, above the AI-powered summary layout, go to ‘Scene settings” and then toggle off “Auto highlight keywords” from the drop-down menu.