We’ve seen a lot of different uses for Content-Aware Fill since it was initially introduced as a feature of Photoshop. There have been plenty of failures and successes for the feature. All that I have seen have been in still images.
The above video, however, puts Content-Aware Fill to the test on moving images for an interesting (if, less than perfect) take on the feature.
After watching the video for a few seconds though, I started thinking about the information that is available frame to frame and how Content-Aware Fill could leverage this additional info for application in video. It is already possible to automate this process in Photoshop for a static scene with Image Stacks – like so.
So where is our Content-Aware Fill for video Adobe? Use those other frames to make this work.
[via John Nack]
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