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Adobe After Effects’ New ‘Content-Aware Fill’ Magically Erases Stuff From Videos
By Yimin Huang, 04 Apr 2019
Image via Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe’s After Effects keeps getting more powerful. It can now transform videos in a very huge way with ‘Content-Aware Fill’, an iconic tool borrowed from Photoshop.
With this feature, users can erase unwanted elements in their videos easily without doing frame-by frame edits.
This is all thanks to the Adobe Sensei AI technology. As shown in the video below, the option certainly makes things easier for filmmakers, as having unwanted people and objects in the background can often result in having to reshoot the whole scene over and over. It also saves time in removing modern elements from period shows.
Anyone can gain access to this feature by downloading the latest version of After Effects (v16.1) through Adobe Creative Cloud.
With this new feature, though, it might be more confusing than ever to differentiate real videos from modified ones.
[via PetaPixel, videos via various sources, cover image via Adobe Creative Cloud
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