Plugin for easily disguising objects in video
FaceBlur by CrumplePop is a plugin that lets you blur or pixellate faces, logos, or other objects – right inside Final Cut Pro X. FaceBlur automatically tracks moving objects, so you don’t need to keyframe your blur effect by hand.
- Blurs or pixellates any object
- Automatically tracks moving objects
- Includes PlanarBlur for blurring TVs and screens
Blur or pixellate any object
Sometimes you have to disguise objects in your video. Whether your shot contains a person who didn't sign a waiver to appear in your video, or a logo that can't appear in your video, FaceBlur lets you quickly blur or pixellate the object you want to hide.
Automatically tracks moving objects
FaceBlur automatically tracks objects in your video. So if you need to blur the face of someone riding a bicycle, for instance, FaceBlur will track the subject's face - no labor-intensive keyframing required. The blur area simply follows the subject's face wherever it moves in the frame.
Includes PlanarBlur for blurring screens
FaceBlur also includes the powerful PlanarBlur tool, which automatically tracks flat objects like TV screens, computer screens, or signs. PlanarBlur maintains the perspective of the object, so only the flat area is blurred. The result is a more subtle, polished effect that doesn't distract from the rest of the video. As with the standard FaceBlur tool, the PlanarBlur tool tracks objects automatically - no manual keyframing required.
|Editing Platform||Final Cut Pro X|
|Hardware requirements||Mac with Intel Core 2 Duo processor or better, 2GB RAM|
|OS requirements||macOS v10.11 or better|
|Supported codecs||All codecs supported by Final Cut Pro X|
|Supported resolutions||All resolutions supported by Final Cut Pro X|
|Software requirements||Final Cut Pro 10.2.2|