Last latest release of Creative Cloud (Spring 2019), Adobe has added the popular Content-Aware Fill feature to After Effects. In this video I try to show you guys how to use this feature and remove objects from videos. Please note this is a very early stage of this fill and may still not be perfect, hopefully adobe will fix those small issues in the future releases ,Removing an unwanted object or area from a video can be a time-consuming and complex process. With the Content-Aware Fill feature, you can remove any unwanted objects such as mics, poles, and people from your video with a few simple steps. Powered by Adobe Sensei, this feature is temporally aware, so it automatically removes a selected area and analyzes frames over time to fill in missing pixels by pulling them from other frames. Simply by drawing a selection around an area, After Effects can instantly replace it with new image detail from the surrounding areas. The tool gives you the option to help get the fill to blend seamlessly with the rest of the image. The Content-Aware Fill panel contains various options to help you remove unwanted objects and fill transparent areas. The panel adds features, and gives more control over which parts of the image are used to replace the unwanted areas.
Remove Anything from Videos with Content Aware Fill in Adobe After Effects CC
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