At its recent Max conference, Adobe showed off a bunch of cool new features that it could potentially include in updates to its powerful photo, audio, and video editing software. The most useful of the lot helps you select and isolate moving objects in videos, with just a few clicks. It’s called Project Fast Mask, and it was demonstrated on stage automatically isolating a person dancing on a street, a child playing in a lawn, and a kitten walking behind and past a fence post. With currently available software, you’d have to make precise selections with several points, and in…

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