Tutorial: How to Blur Faces with AVCLabs Video Blur AI
AVCLabs Video Blur AI supports one click to blur all faces automatically or blur specific faces selectively.
Click the "Browse" button or drag and drop to import a video.
At the top of the program, select "Face Blur" to start a face blur task.
Edit Face Blur Task (Setting)
Once you add a Face Blur task, you'll step into the Face Blur Settings interface, where you can effortlessly edit your Face Blur task with editing options.
1. Select All Faces or Assign Faces
All Faces: When you select "All Faces", the program will effortlessly apply a blur effect to every single face that appears in the video.
Assign Faces: By choosing "Assign Faces", the program will apply a blur effect exclusively to the faces you have selected. It's a fantastic feature that allows you to personalize your blurring experience.
When you choose "Assign Faces", a prompt will appear asking you to select faces. To choose specific faces, you'll need to scan them first. The program offers two scanning modes: frame scan and quick scan.
frame scan: completely scan all faces, frame by frame, with a touch of precision and a bit of slowness.
quick scan: by default, the program extracts and scans 1 frame from every 10 frames. However, you have the flexibility to enter any desired number in the provided box.
After selecting the scan mode, click the "Scan" button to start the scanning process.
After the scanning process is completed, you can select the specific faces to which you want to add the blur effect.
2. Select Blur Type
You have the option to choose from 5 different blur types - Mosaic, Standard Blur, Longitudinal Blur, Blique Blur, and Particle Blur. Alternatively, you can also upload a custom image from your desktop.
3. Adjust Blur Strength
Adjust the blur strength by dragging the slider: slide to the right to increase the strength, and to the left to decrease it.
4. Edit Face Blur Task
To conveniently edit the blur task, simply right-click the timeline panel at the bottom.
Delete: Delete current blurring task.
Set as current start frame: Drag the playhead to move through the frames of a sequence to select a start point. Afterward, right-click on the timeline panel and select the option "Set as the current start frame".
Set as current end frame: Drag the playhead to select a end point, then right click the timeline panel and select "Set as the current end frame".
Add More Blur Tasks
You can also add additional blur tasks, such as Background Blur or License Plate Blur, and follow the steps above to edit each task.
Start Preview Mode
Before exporting, take a sneak peek of the blur effect. Simply click the EYE icon to initiate the preview mode. Please be patient while the preview mode loads.
If you are pleased with the applied blur effect, simply click the "Export" button located at the top right corner to start the export process for your video blur project.