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Adobe’s After Effects Can Now Automatically Erase Objects In Video Clips

In 2010, Adobe introduced one of Photoshop’s first true ‘smart’ features: a tool called Content-Aware Fill that could intelligently remove and replace objects in a scene. Today, Adobe is now bringing a version of that tool to its compositing software, After Effects, that does essentially the same thing but on moving video clips, which is far more challenging. Read More >>

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Adobe Squeezed the Best Parts of Its Video Editing Suite into a New Mobile App

Adobe has embraced mobile photo editing with open arms, releasing robust apps like Lightroom for processing and perfecting your images on a phone. It hasn’t been quite as committed when it comes to mobile support for video production, which is why it’s nice to see its four-year-old Premiere Clip app being eclipsed by its new Project Rush which merges parts of Premiere, After Effects, and Audition into an all-in-one video app that lets producers master videos right from a mobile device. Read More >>

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This Adobe Tool Can Bring Silly Characters to Life With Just Your Webcam

Some of Adobe’s professional video and compositing software has been updated, and one of the coolest new features is Character Animator, which tracks your own movements through a webcam, and maps them onto any custom-made character you want, with very little effort. Read More >>