Adobe introduces Content Aware Fill for videos (video)

Posted on Friday, Apr 05 2019 @ 10:32 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Adobe teases a new After Effects feature that will enable you to easily removed unwanted elements from your videos. Content Aware Fill was already available for photos and with After Effects version 16.1 it's also available for film footage.
Content-Aware Fill leverages the power of Adobe Sensei within After Effects to remove unwanted elements from your video cleanly without having to edit frame-by-frame. Editors can now remove people, objects, shadows and much more while keeping the video content you want intact, helping you to streamline your editing process. Try it yourself with guided instructions and free footage from Adobe Stock




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