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Why does Content Aware Fill leave a small white line around the border of the selection?

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Jun 02, 2024 Jun 02, 2024

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So I want to use Content-Aware Fill to cover up a football in an image. It works great, mimicking the texure of the field behind the ball and making the ball completely invisible, but for some reason it leaves a thin white line where I made the selection.


What exactly I am doing:

  1.  Opening the image
  2.  Using lasso select to make a selection around the ball and its shadow
  3.  Pressing the delete key to erase what is in the selection
  4.  Right clicking, and then clicking "Content-Aware Fill"
  5.  Making sure I'm happy with the paramaters and the results, and clicking "Apply"
  6.  And, lo and behold, for some reason, a small white line is left exactly where I made the selecttion. Keep in mind that I no longer have an active selection, and that this line is baked into the pixels themselves, and is not just a rendering glitch. It stays there when I save the image, too.Screenshot 2024-06-02 214928.png

 

Does anyone know what is going on?

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Jun 03, 2024 Jun 03, 2024

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It's the remnant of the Bg color created when you delete. It's probably caused by the anti-aliiasing that selections do.

Just skip the deletion step, go from selection to content-aware fill.

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