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Using the Scientific Filter effect
Using the Scientific Filter effect
Explore the advanced manipulation of audio. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack explains how to use Audition’s Scientific Filter effect, which is especially useful for audio pros who produce audio evidence in legal cases as well as professionals who have worked with analog electronic equipment that feature one of the four industry-standard editing modes.
  • Audition
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,390
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:04:03
  • Tags: Audition, Effects, Infinite Skills, Scientific Filter, cc, jeff sengstack
How to Hide Someone’s Face in a Video Using Photoshop CS5 Extended
How to Hide Someone’s Face in a Video Using Photoshop CS5 Extended
There are times when you need to publish a video but hide a portion from view. Many times it’s someone’s face that gets blocked out by pixelating the area around it. This demonstration shows you how you can use the Extended version of Photoshop to import a video and add a non-destructive blur layer that follows someone’s face anywhere in the frame. The final result can be output to any video format or individual still images so you can guarantee no will ever know who was under that blur.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 18,690
  • Added: Feb 07, 2011
  • Runtime: 00:08:44
  • Tags: blur a face, evidence, keyframes, law enforcement, mosaic, photoshop extended, pixelate, police, smart objects, video in Photoshop
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