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Adobe Introduces ‘Cloak’, Timesaving Content-Aware-Fill For Video

By Yoon Sann Wong, 23 Oct 2017



Do you need something removed from video? Adobe recognizes the large inconvenience that comes with tweaking each frame—a tedious process that does not generate truly reliable results.

As a remedy, it’s introduced ‘Cloak’ in a sneak peek at Adobe MAX 2017. ‘Cloak’ is content-aware-fill for video, powered by Adobe Sensei, that lets you conveniently erase or hide something in the footage.

Watch the demonstration below and stay tuned for more updates should ‘Cloak’ become available in Adobe’s commercial software.



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