Adobe is developing a new tool that will allow users to create composite photos with only a few clicks. Adobe demonstrated Project Clever Composites, which combines AI and automation to swiftly merge two photos, during its latest round of sneak peeks for experimental products. If you want a snapshot of yourself standing in front of a tourist attraction, such as the Eiffel Tower or the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you must cut your photo out of an image and trim its edges. Then, after pasting it in front of the desired backdrop, you must change the lighting, size, and color to make it merge flawlessly. Clever Composites can do all of this on its own.
When you select the “Auto Compose” button, its AI can recognize things that may be utilized for composites and automatically cut them out, as well as modify their color and size. The AI may also produce shadows for the item depending on the illumination in the backdrop. If you wish to handle such things on your own, you may eliminate its “Auto Scale” and “Add Shadow” features.
Project Blink is another interesting experimental tool that might save you time while editing films. The application employs artificial intelligence to make video transcripts searchable, enabling you to hunt for “particular phrases, objects, noises, or even sorts of activities.” When you choose a piece of the video to utilize, its AI will automatically make a new clip of that area. Blink is already in beta, and if you want to try it out, you can request access on Adobe’s website.
Meanwhile, Project All Of Me “un-crops” photographs by utilizing artificial intelligence to construct parts of the image that aren’t really there. It makes it easier to create larger photographs from smaller ones or to generate the same shot from a different viewpoint. Adobe has also announced a slew of new video and immersive content capabilities in the works, including Project Artistic Scenarios, which utilizes AI to transform 2D artwork into 3D scenes.