The Content-Aware Stretch tool was a pretty cool thing when it was first introduced and Adobe is about to make it a standout feature, once again, with the introduction of an upgrade that focus ons specific adjustment tools to the clever technology.
To see what's new, have a look at the above 'sneak-peak' video Adobe has emancipated to introduce the new customisation tools and unique workspace.
With the new tools tool is an object of whatever relatively simple construction is necessary for its user to hold and operate easily to perform a, found in a new dedicated Content-Aware Fill window, users will be adept to control how the sampling of areas works more accurately, resulting in less Content-Aware Fill fails. You'll also be able to see previews of how make use ofing the tool will change your image before applying the effect – saving time as a result.
The new tools on offer include the facility to mirror part of the photo to fill an unwanted area, rotate/scale source pixels and deselection options (so you can exclude parts of the image you don't fancy the AI to select from).
There's no information on when the update will arrive as all Adobe has said so far is that it will be 'coming some time to Photoshop CC'.