The new generative AI tool from Adobe is innovative for video editing

The new generative AI tool from Adobe is innovative for video editing

Adobe’s suite of creative applications, including Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere, has long served as the bedrock of many creative professionals’ daily workflows. With the advent of generative AI, Adobe has been working to streamline these workflows, and the latest development is poised to significantly assist video editors.

During Adobe MAX, the company’s annual creative conference, Adobe offered a glimpse of Project Fast Fill for video, a tool that will empower users to make video edits using simple text prompts.

With Project Fast Fill, users will have the ability to perform tasks like removing or adding objects or altering background elements by merely entering quick text prompts. These tasks traditionally demanded intricate video editing techniques.

Adobe explains that Project Fast Fill leverages its widely used Generative Fill technology, bringing generative AI capabilities to its video editing applications.

In the demonstrations presented during the event, the potential applications of the tool were evident. In the first example, Adobe research engineer Gabriel Huang seamlessly removed people from the background of a video. In the second example, Huang added a tie to a man walking toward the camera by inputting the text prompt “tie” into Generative Fill after selecting the area of the collar.

Generative Fill generated four different video results in both instances, allowing Huang to choose the best one to create the final product. Remarkably, the tool applies edits not just to a single frame but automatically extends them to all frames of the video while adapting to changes in lighting, shadows, object movement, and more.

Though Adobe has not provided details about when Project Fast Fill will become available, the company describes these sneak peeks as “cutting-edge, experimental technologies that could someday become features in Adobe products.”

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