How to Use AVCLabs Video Blur AI
How to Blur a Video using AVCLabs Video Blur AI
Follow these steps to blur your video by AVCLabs Video Blur AI:
Open AVCLabs Video Blur AI
When finishing installation, launch the program, and you will enter the main window of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI like the screenshot below.
Set Global Settings
Click the menu button and choose Settings. Here you can set the global output format and output path.
AI Processor: Enable users to pick CPU or GPU to process the video. If users have multiple graphic cards, here users can set to use which one to process the video.
Max Memory Consumption: Set as high by default unless it is running with other resource-intensive programs.
Add source file
There are 2 ways to add the source video to the program.
You can click the Browse button to import the video file or drag and drop the source video to the program directly.
Scan your video
After inputting the video, you need to scan it firstly. Click on the drop-down menu and you will see two options
Quick Scan: Extract one frame from every frame you set for scanning. The default frame interval is 10. The larger the number of interval frames, the shorter the scan time, but the lower the accuracy.
Full Scan: Scan each frame with high accuracy but time-consuming.
Set the blur area and type
1. Face blur
There are two options for face blur.
All Faces: If your video contains multiple faces, select All Faces, then the program will automatically blur every face scanned.
Assign Face: After the scan is completed, all the scanned faces will appear in the bottom panel, you can check any face, and then choose to blur face(s) you did select or blur face(s) you did not select.
After the face to be blurred is selected, set the type of blur: Standard, Blur or Custom. Then click Add to task list.
2. Custom blur
This function allows you to arbitrarily select the area in the video that needs to be blurred. Choose either rectangle or circle box. Select the rectangle or the circle box, and the corresponding boxes will appear in the video. Left-click to drag the position of the box and resize it. Then choose the type of blur.
If you only want to blur part of the clip, just click an up button below the video to expand the progress bar. You can trim it frame-by-frame by inputting the frame number directly or dragging the progress bar to select the start and end frame manually. Finally, click Add to task list.
After adding a task, you can also re-edit it by clicking the Edit button, then click Save. Or click the Delete button to delete the task.
Tips: Face blur and custom blur can be processed simultaneously. You just need to repeat the above steps: re-select the new area to be blurred, the blur type, and then add it to the task list.
Start to blur your video
After setting all the parameters, click the Start Processing button to blur the video. When it is finished, you can open the file folder and enjoy the final video.