Content Aware Fill After Effects

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Removing objects from a scene has never been easier thanks to the Content-Aware Fill feature in Adobe After Effects. This powerful feature leverages the technology of Photoshop to transform the once-complex procedure of extracting elements from a video into a simple process. In this course, learn how to use the Content-Aware Fill feature in After Effects. To help you get started, instructor Richard Harrington provides an overview of the controls in the Content-Aware Fill panel. He then demonstrates how to work with both static and motion shots to remove even complex subjects. Plus, learn how to take advantage of Photoshop to improve the process even further.

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  1. Removing objects in videos is now almost as easy as removing them in Photoshop, thanks to content-aware video fill in the latest version of After Effects Adobe View 1 Image.
  2. To use Content-Aware Fill, you first mask out the object you want removed (leaving a hole in your video), then render a “Fill” layer to re-fill the hole. Content-Aware Fill is a Tool Panel listed under the “Window” menu in After Effects (not an effect that you apply to a clip like color correction or stabilization).
  3. Learn how to use Content-Aware Fill for video in After Effects to remove unwanted elements from footage and help guide the content for the replacement. After Effects Basics Part 2: Using Content-Aware Fill for Video - L6623b. Share this page. Copied; Ian Robinson. Creative Director, Creative 111.

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In this video tutorial, learn the basics of the brand new Content-Aware Fill in After Effects — including a free project file!

Adobe set the internet ablaze with the announcement of the new Content-Aware Fill feature in the latest After Effects CC release. Now, let’s see if this new feature lives up to the hype. (Spoiler alert: Yes, it does.) In this tutorial, we’re going to cover how to use the new Content-Aware Fill feature in After Effects CC.

So, let’s get started! (Be sure to download the project file, which includes footage to follow along!)

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What Is Content-Aware Fill?

Content-Aware Fill in After Effects lets you remove unwanted areas or objects in video footage, while automatically filling in the area of the removal. It analyzes frames over time to fill in missing pixels by pulling them from other frames in the footage. It’s similar to the Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop, except in After Effects, it’s temporally aware, and it works on video footage.

How to Start Using Content-Aware Fill

To begin using Content-Aware Fill in After Effects, navigate to the Window tab at the top of the screen, then select Content-Aware Fill. This will open up the Content-Aware Fill panel in your workspace. You will then need to mask out the object you want to remove from your footage. (You may need to keyframe the placement of your mask if your object is moving throughout.) Set the mask to Subtract so that you now have a transparent alpha channel where that mask is on your footage. You should be able to see a mini-preview of where that mask is on your footage in the Content-Aware Fill panel.

You can now select Generate Fill Layer in the Content-Aware Fill panel. After Effects will then analyze the footage and render a .PNG sequence, which it places in the composition. That .PNG sequence fills in the masks/gaps in the footage.

If everything worked correctly, the unwanted objects should no longer be in your footage.

Different Fill Methods

There are three different fill methods you can select from when you use Content-Aware Fill. They are named Object, Surface, and Edge Blend. The Object Fill method will likely be the most commonly used, and it is the default fill method.

  • Object Fill: Great for removing moving objects in your footage.
  • Surface: Ideal for removing stickers, decals, or logos on a smooth surface.
  • Edge Blend: Fast method, best used on low-detail surfaces like paper.

Creating a Reference Frame


In some cases, when Content-Aware Fill isn’t giving you the results you want, you may have better luck using a Reference Frame. (I find this ideal when removing static objects from footage, such as a cell tower or a parked car.) When you select Create Reference Frame, After Effects automatically exports a frame from your video to Photoshop. You can then use the Clone-Stamp tool to fill in the removed area. Then save and close the image in Photoshop.

That reference image will automatically import back into After Effects and into your composition. Content-Aware Fill will now take that reference image into account when it generates the fill throughout the video.

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Extra Tips

From my experience with Content-Aware Fill, it seems to work best on objects moving through your footage. This allows After Effects to “see” what the video should look like when the object isn’t supposed to be there. When removing static objects in the scene, results will vary. I recommend using the Create Reference Frame option in those cases. Also, I got the best results when I put a small amount of feathering on my removal masks. It doesn’t take much — usually about 2-8 pixels of feathering.

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