Have you ever wanted to remove unwanted objects or people from a video? The conventional process involves editing each frame individually and then stitching them back together. This process is time-consuming and doesn’t generate the required results in most cases.
To make life easier for everyone, Adobe is working on a tool called ‘Cloak’, an Adobe Sensei-driven feature for After Effects that will let you erase or hide any object in your video, without tweaking each frame individually. Think of it as the video version of the content-aware-fill tool for images in Photoshop.
Know more in this video
The Adobe team gave a sneak peek at the features and capabilities of #ProjectCloak at the Adobe MAX event in Las Vegas.
00:29 – Conventional process to remove objects from video
02:41 – Introducing Adobe Cloak
03:36 – Before-After Results, Example 1
04:10 – Example 2
04:31 – Example 3
Update: This feature is now available in the latest version of After Effects.
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