Review: DaVinci Resolve’s New Object Removal Tool
Does the new object removal tool in DaVinci Resolve 16 live up to expectations, and is it anything like Adobe’s Content Aware Fill? Lewis McGregor with PremiumBeat took at look at it (still in beta) and got mixed results. You be the judge.
DaVinci Resolve’s New Object Removal Tool
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
The object removal tool, in premise, felt like the ultimate weapon to fix shots as in the above photo. However, I feel like you need a straightforward object with little color difference between the pixels. For example, a white plane against a blue sky, or a black bird against an orange sky. And then, if that’s all you need to replace, you could maybe use the patch replacement tool. We’re still in the Resolve 16 Beta, so I can’t be too punishing. But at the moment, it does seem like a proof of concept tool rather than a fully-fledged working asset.
About Lewis McGregor
Lewis McGregor is a freelance filmmaker, a certified DaVinci Resolve trainer, and online content creator from Wales.
His interests are firmly rooted in cinematography and the science of color. He first picked up a camera at the age of 15, and he hasn’t put one down since.
Along with freelance work, Lewis also runs Indie Tips, a filmmaking website focused towards new filmmakers.
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