Adobe artificial intelligence can help remove objects from videos

Millions of amateur photographers remember well the appearance of the Content-Aware Fill function in Adobe Photoshop, with the help of which it became possible to remove unnecessary, from the point of view of users, objects from a photograph. Now, thanks to a new update, it is now possible to remove them from videos as well. For example, the After Effects video editor, after a “course” in machine learning, removes objects, including people, from video clips.

The feature uses the Adobe Sensei AI platform to remove selected objects from the video, even if they move across the entire frame. Content-Aware Fill for After Effects lets you mask objects in one frame, while Adobe Sensei AI tracks and removes them from the rest.

The technology was originally demonstrated at the 2017 Adobe Sneak Peeks conference. Then it was called Project Cloak.