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How to Make AI Time Traveler Vine Memes

AI time traveler interrupting Vine memes are taking over TikTok and 𝕏.

These memes are AI-generated extended Vine memes like “9+10” and “Ha Got Em!”.

They went viral because of the AI’s creepy yet hilarious interpretation of each meme.

Here is a popular caption, “A mysterious group of time travelers are stopping every viral Vine”.

Vine is a short-form video hosting service like TikTok that was shut down in 2017.

However, some memes from the video app is still popular today.

In this article, you’ll learn how to create or make AI time traveler interrupting Vine memes for TikTok using Luma AI’s Dream Machine.

    How to Make AI Time Traveler Vine Memes

    How to Make AI Time Traveler Vine Memes

    Here’s how to make an AI vine meme:

    1. Take a screenshot of the last frame of a Vine meme.
    2. Go to https://lumalabs.ai/dream-machine/ and sign up.
    3. Upload the screenshot of the Vine meme.
    4. Enter a prompt (e.g. running away).
    5. Wait for 5 to 10 minutes for the AI to generate a video.
    6. Add the extended video to the original meme using a video editor like Capcut.
    7. Add the “Marking Time, Waiting for Death” by Shirō Sagisu song.
    8. Post the video on TikTok, 𝕏, Instagram, or other platforms!

    Luma AI’s Dream Machine is free to use, but you can only generate up to 10 videos per day.

    However, if the AI has low demand, you can generate up to 30 videos per day.

    If you exceeded the limit, you need to upgrade to a paid tier to have more generations and high priority generations.

    Paid tiers include Standard, Pro, and Premier, which costs $23.99, $79.99, and $399.99 per month respectively.

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