People familiar with Adobe Photoshop are aware of the built-in Content-Aware Fill feature, which allows to remove unnecessary objects from the image, for example, a person who was accidentally captured in the frame.
The company has now gone even further, creating a similar option for the video. The new update of the After Effects editor, applying Adobe Sensei AI, gives the user an opportunity to cut out all unnecessary objects from a video clip, even if they are in motion. With Content-Aware Fill, the user masks the object in one frame, and then the neural network finds and cuts it out of all the others.
The technology, originally called Project Cloak, was announced two years ago and we can now see how the innovation works and even use it.