Adobe’s latest AI-powered project called Fast Fill is built on the company’s upgraded Firefly AI models. It has been designed to add or remove objects, remove people, and replace colors in videos using generative AI.
You may think of Fast Fill as a feature similar to Google’s Magic Editor, except that the latter only works with still images, while Fast Fill is capable of doing the same job in videos using text prompts.
Currently, Fast Fill is only an experimental project. At the same time, Adobe is also working on its other AI editing features for video, audio, and 3D design.
One of Adobe’s AI integrations is Project Dub Dub Dub, whose function is to translate voices into different languages. Another one is Scene Change which works to move subjects to a new location in another clip. There is also Project Poseable, which is capable of posing 3D objects based on photos of real people, as well as creating 3D renderings using text-based prompts.