Content-Aware Fill is a useful tool in Photoshop that lets you remove unwanted objects from your photos. But what if you want to remove objects from a video? You’ll need to edit each frame individually and then stitch them back together.
Well, all that has changed now in the latest release of After Effects (16.1), which includes a powerful new Content-Aware Fill feature that lets you remove unwanted objects like boom mics, logos, and even people from your footage.
Regular readers of Digital Synopsis will remember when Adobe first shared a teaser of this technology back in October 2017 under the name Project Cloak. The software giant has now released the Sensei-driven feature that will come as a boon to editors and production artists. You can watch the technology in action below, along with two useful tutorials that explain how to use this powerful feature.
Watch the tool in action below
Tutorial 1: Removing objects from your footage
Tutorial 2: Using Mask Tracking and Reference Frames
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