The example below shows how you can remove flag characters, tourists, and other unwanted objects from the castle scene to use in a movie for a period. You just crop the objects you do not want, press "generate a fill layer" and analyze the content and movement in the scene to figure out how to fill in the empty spaces. You can also draw in reference frames to manually guide the process. Adobe also fixes a painful point with Premiere Pro CC, improving hardware acceleration for HEVC and H.265 codecs. This should make editing in these local formats slower, while speeding up exports to YouTube and other platforms. It also introduced dual graphics processor optimization, speeding up your work if you have a computer with multiple graphics cards. and other external sound during dialog scenes. If you have a Creative Cloud subscription, you should be able to download the new features now.