After Effects: Use The Content Aware Fill Feature to Create 2.5D Parallax Effects
The newest update to Adobe brings the content-aware fill feature to After Effects. DigiProTips shows you how to use it to create 2.5D or Parallax effects quickly and easily right in AE.
Use The Content-Aware Fill Feature to Create 2.5D Parallax Effects
“This is far from the only thing people will be doing to wow us with the new feature, but it’s one more to add to your toolbox.”
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Create cinematic movie titles, intros, and transitions. Start a fire or make it rain. Animate a logo or a character. With After Effects CC, the industry-standard animation and creative compositing app, you can take any idea and make it move.
Content-Aware Fill in After Effects CC 16.1
After Effects CC 16.1 has plenty of great new features, but the biggest news in this release is the new Content-Aware Fill. This tool, like the one in Photoshop, removes unwanted objects from a video, using Adobe Sensei technology. Remove gear, people, cars, and more with this tool.
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