- DaVinci Resolve 12.5 User Guide
- 1. DaVinci Resolve Alternatives+
- 1.1 Top 5 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Alternatives
- 1.2 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 vs. DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Studio
- 1.3 Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Vs Adobe Premiere Pro
- 1.4 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Vs HitFilm 4 Express
- 2. Basic Video Editing +
- 2.1 Top 8 Video Editing Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 2.2 How to Add Logo to Video in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.3 How to Add Titles in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.4 How to Stabilize Video Footage in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.5 How to Blur Face in Video with DaVinci Resolve
- 2.6 How to Compare Clips in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.7 How to Save Automatically in DaVinci Resolve
- 3. Advanced Video Editing +
- 3.1 How to Use Multicam Editing in DaVinci Resolveo
- 3.2 How to Use Point Tracker in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.3 How to Use Log Grading in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.4 How to Do a Green Screen Composite with DaVinci Resolve
- 3.5 How to Create a 3D Text in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.6 How to Round Trip from Final Cut Pro to DaVinci Resolve
- 3.7 How to Make a Slow Motion Video in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.8 How to Use Dynamic Zoom in DaVinci Resolve
- 4. Audio Editing +
- 5.Color Correction+
- 5.1 Color Grading Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 5.2 How to Use DaVinci Resolve for Automatic Video Color Correction
- 5.3 How to Fix White Balance in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.4 How to Match Skintones Perfectly in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.5 How to Use Qualifier in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.6 Shot Matching Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 5.7 Fastest Ways to Get Film Look in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.8 How to Create LUTs in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.9 Using Power Grades in DaVinci Resolve
- 6. Tips and Tricks+
- 6.1 How to Remove Black Sun Spots in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.2 How to Use Smart Bins in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.3 How to Import Video Files into DaVinci Resolve
- 6.4 How to Export video in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.5 Using Scene Detection in DaVinci Resolve
- 7. Resources and Troubleshooting+
How to Blur Face in Video with DaVinci Resolve 12.5
There are few situations in video development process when we are not interested to show face of the actor in final clip. It might be due to safety or personal issues where just information is required to be transferred instead of focusing on face of the person. If you are also working on similar kind of project but are not able to execute this blurring task effectively then you are on right page.
The article below will help you to understand the steps to blur face using DaVinci Resolve 12.5:
How to blur face in your Video Easily
Wondershare Filmora can help you to execute the Blur function with ease that is why this platform is loved by most of beginners as well as professionals. Users simply need to highlight their target clip on timelines and then right click for selection of power tool. Access Face Off option from pop up window and then select “Apply Face Off to the Clip”. Select first mosaic effect and it will be implemented on selected face. In case if you want to have more fun with video clip then wondershare provide easy access to many funny marks. Once your editing task is complete then preview your clip by using Play button and finally Save your project. It can be easily uploaded on various platforms after editing.
Part 1: How to Blur Face in DaVinci Resolve 12.5:
Before moving ahead, open DVR timeline and drag your desired clip over here. Now move to color page of your software and practice few basic color adjustments tricks for image. After this, you have to insert a node using node window. Now follow these steps:
Step 1: Create your Power Window:
Choose your recently create node, move to Window palette and then enable mask for objects that you want to blur in current footage.
Window Palette buttons will help you to access these 5 useful windows:
- Linear: It is a four point structure that can be edited to form trapezoid or rectangle as per need.
- Circular: This oval shape can be adjusted to serve for many problems.
- Polygonal: Another point shape that can be expended further to create sharp cornered complex polygonal shapes.
- Power Curve: It is an advanced drawing tool for development of unique shapes with polygon, curved or mixed kind of appearance.
- Gradient: Here is a two handled control that can divide screen into two parts with easy adjustment options.
Step 2: Create Face Tracking on Tracker Palette:
Once you have adjusted the mask, then it is right time to use Tracker Palette. This tracker palette use to have three different modes: FX mode, Stabilizer and Window mode. The tracking controls can be used to match window motions.
You will be able to access an advanced 3D cloud tracker on DVR window that assists in highly accurate and fast tracking functions on almost all power windows. It can be used to adjust any kind of feature and users need not to spend time on manual adjustments of window positing.
It is time to select your clip; ensure that you are at beginning part of this footage. Now start analyzing your footage and track those selected objects backward or forward using marker available on screen. Once you are done with this analysis, then it is good to move towards next step.
Step 3: Blur Face:
There are two methods for face blur function in DaVinci Resolve 12.5:Method 1: Blur Face with Blur Palette:
The blur palette usually comes with three unique modes: mist, sharpen and blur. Although, functionality of sharpen and blur overlap but still they are capable enough to work for unique controls on clip.
If you are working with the default mode then blur function will help you to apply high quality Gaussian blur or equally useful high quality type sharpening operation on images. This mode offers simplest control for editing. Radius control is going to play an important role at this stage:
Radius: It is considered as ideal control for sharpening and blurring tasks. Its default value use to be 0.50 and it will never show any specific effect on your footage whereas if you raise the radius slider then blur can be increased. Generally, a softer setting is achieved t 6.00 level. If you lower down your radius then sharpness can be easily increased; its minimum value can be 0.00.
H/V Ratio: This tool assists editors to set directionality of current operations. Its default value use to be 0.50 and with this setting, image suffers equal effects for vertical as well as horizontal direction. In case if you raise H/V ratio then its effect will directly reflect changes on horizontal axis whereas reduction of H/V ratio below default value will cause direct effect on vertical axis.Method 2: Blur Face with Blur Effects in ResolveFX Filters:
You will be able to find a set of ResolveFX filters on DVR window. They are situated inside OpenFX Browser and show effect same as other OpenFX plug-ins. ResolveFX filter is often of two types: CPU based, and GPU accelerated ones.
You can easily implement all these Blur effects in ResolveFX:
- Box Blur: It is a variable quality blur where number of iterations will decide smoothness of blur. 1 is the lowest value for this adjustment whereas you can go up to 6 on higher side of scale. Use horizontal and vertical sliders to make settings for height and width of blur whereas the gang checkbox can adjust all parameters simultaneously. Adjust edges using Border types.
- Gaussian Blur: As the name reflects, the two sliders on can used to adjust vertical and horizontal strengths on separately whereas gang checkbox can be accessed for simultaneous controls.
- Mosaic Blur: This pixelated blur if best if you want to hide a face completely as its pixel frequency will help you to adjust all pixel dimensions for proper resolution and density.
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