Explore Content-Aware Fill in After Effects
Try it with free footage from Adobe Stock.
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Use Content-Aware Fill to remove unwanted objects from your footage, such as boom mics, logos, and even people. Try it yourself! This post shows you how, including free footage from Adobe Stock, so you can explore the feature — and expand your skill set.
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Try out Content-Aware Fill
For these exercises you need:
- The latest version of After Effects (16.1)
- Download this clip for free from Adobe Stock (clip ID 222377892).
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Remove objects from your video with Content-Aware Fill in After Effects
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For this exercise you need the latest version of After Effects (16.1) and this free clip from Adobe Stock, (clip ID 222376940).
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