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AI Depth Map


Artificial Intelligence software to build depth maps from images and videos. Available for After Effects, Premiere Pro, and any other video editor with a Standalone version of Pack Manager.

The processing speed is ~3-5 seconds per frame for the Full HD (1920×1080).

It works best with static photos.

In case you use video it is separated into frames and each frame is processed separately so there are maybe minor artifacts from frame to frame.


  • process images and videos
  • background processing
  • supported formats: png, jpg, mp4, avi, jpeg, mpeg
  • All Pack Manager features



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I love these products. These are perfect for me and easily customizable. I own almost everything they make and use them, virtually, in every project I create. Helps me make a little more money by saving me time.

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After Effects CS6*, CC 12*, CC 2014* (*old versions are supported in a form of After Effects project without the plugin and provided as is), CC 2015, CC 2017, CC 2018, CC 2019, CC 2020, CC 2021, CC 2022 or higher.
Premiere Pro CC 2021, CC 2022 or higher
Other Video Editors FCPX (Final Cut Pro X), Davinci Resolve, Sony Vegas, Avid, Apple Motion & Motion 5, iMovie, Movie Maker, OBS (Open Broadcaster Software), Filmora 9, Photoshop, and any other video-editing software in from of videos with transparent background or black background.

2 reviews for AI Depth Map

Geoff Verified Buyer
4 out of 5

The good news is AI Depth Map works... if you have a lot of patience and are up for some trouble shooting. For the price AI Depth Map is the best affordable option for Mac users (that I know of) but here are the issues I had after spending 5+ hours attempting to Depth Map a 4.5 second 720p video clip: 1. It does not work with video files. It doesn't recognize .MOV and when I ran an MP4 file through it the final result was just four frames (it exports .JPGs into a folder to use as an image sequence). I tried a few times with other video clips and got similar results with 6 frames being the most it exported. 2. I created an image sequence from the original video clip and tried it that way. Better. Of the 130 frames in this clip it exported 29 frames from random points in the video. I tried inputting small quantities of images (10 per processing session) and had much better luck. No missing frames this time. 3. While rendering these small quantities of image files the render times for 10 images (1280x720 res) was about 7-10 minutes. But, the program often would seem to be rendering for much longer than needed (even let it run for an hour one time to see if maybe I was just being impatient but no luck) so I would quit and restart. Found the success rate to be about 1 out of 3 tries for a successful render of ten image files. Because of these issues it took almost 3 hours to process 130 frames. 4. The quality of the Depth Maps rendered is pretty good on a frame by frame basis. Has pretty accurate definition of depth and objects which I was impressed by. The issue here is that there does not seem to be any relation to frames before or after the frame it is rendering so once aligned into an image sequence there is a very noticeable amount of "flicker" in some areas of the Depth Map video. 5. There is no way to modify the settings of the Depth Map. It's literally just one button and it processes the files. So, you cannot fine tune the Depth Map in any way. The video I was processing was of a guy standing in front of a house and a tree. The tree is in the middle distance (dark gray values) but the house is all black so it is registered as the same depth as the sky. Ideally there would be some variation in depth from the house to the sky. All-in-all this program does work and creates useable Depth Maps but it is wise to proceed with it more as a batch image processor more than a video processor. And, again, for the price it's impressive. The only other options for Mac require Flame and/or cost much, much, much more. Hopefully this version is just the start and future versions will improve upon this one in both reliability and functionality.

Timber Verified Buyer
3 out of 5

Haven't used it yet, but I'm NOT HAPPY that in fact, it only installs for AE and PR (or FCP). NO OPTION for Resolve, as advertised.

Jacob Syrytsia AEJuice Team
5 out of 5

Hi, Timber, It works independently from the video editors including After Effects and Premiere Pro. As for Resolve, please open AEJuice Pack Manager Standalone. You can use the AI Depth Map and it works the same across all video editors. Thanks, Jacob.

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