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remove background like photoshop

Community Beginner ,
Jun 04, 2023 Jun 04, 2023

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In photoshop, it's easy to remove background.

Auto mask is perfect. Simple, easy, correct.

So lots of user including me will want this function in premiere pro too.

But why wouldn't adobe put it in to premiere pro?

It already exist in davinci resolve magic mask, and capcut, etc.

Why adobe isn't putting it in premiere pro?

And how forum people are doing without it?

Share your knowledge please

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Adobe Employee , Jun 05, 2023 Jun 05, 2023

Hi @Jumo30275586xq70,

i read your post. It sounds like you wish that Premiere Pro would automatically rotoscope subjects. Sounds pretty cool. Currently, people are using the rotobrush tool in After Effects, but such a thing does not yet exist in Premiere Pro. Great idea. I see that you placed this in the Ideas forum so that others may upvote. I appreciate that. I upvoted. I hope that others will do the same.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 05, 2023 Jun 05, 2023

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Hi @Jumo30275586xq70,

i read your post. It sounds like you wish that Premiere Pro would automatically rotoscope subjects. Sounds pretty cool. Currently, people are using the rotobrush tool in After Effects, but such a thing does not yet exist in Premiere Pro. Great idea. I see that you placed this in the Ideas forum so that others may upvote. I appreciate that. I upvoted. I hope that others will do the same.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 05, 2023 Jun 05, 2023

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Oh, I knew after effect's rotoscope, but didn't thought about it. Thanks for your mention.

 

But when I learned about davinci resolve, and knew magic mask of it, I thought it useful.

Because I can turn it on and off at timeline, so it will shorten the process of rotoscoping.

Now, thanks to your mention, I will use ae after will. Thanks.

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