Engadget ---------- With the latest release of its Creative Cloud video suite, Adobe has unveiled a content-aware eraser for video that it teased a couple of years ago. Called "Content-Aware Fill" (the same name on the similar Photoshop function), it's now available on After Effects, Adobe's compositing program that's widely used in film and TV production. Adobe's AI Sensei algorithms can analyze background content and automatically remove shadows, logos, wires, boom mics or moving objects from video. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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