- Windows Movie Maker Editing Tips
- 1. Alternatives
- 2. Basic editing tips
- 3. Advanced editing tips+
- 3.1 How to add voice over to video with WMM
- 3.2 How to add/edit music with WMM
- 3.3 How to add transitions in WMM
- 3.4 How to add text in WMM
- 3.5 How to add subtitle to video in WMM
- 3.6 How to make PIP video with WMM
- 3.7 How to make green screen video with WMM
- 3.8 How to do color correction in WMM
- 3.9 How to make time-lapse and slow-mo video in WMM
- 3.10 How to add watermark to video with WMM
- 3.11 How to zoom in/out videos with WMM
- 3.12 How to blur faces/objects with WMM
- 4. Resources and Troubleshooting
A Quick Guide on How to Blur Faces in Windows Movie Maker
Why would you want to blur faces in a video anyway? The reasons can be endless, but one of the most common would be if you do not want people in the background to be identified. This will make it possible for the subject to be highlighted. You also do this if there are objects or brand logos that should not be displayed. If there is any censored content, blurring can also be done.To blur faces in Windows Movie Maker, there is a feature that will allow you to blur the entire frame, but not a specific portion. The good news, however, you can also censor a face with Windows Movie Maker.
Best Alternative to Windows Movie Maker to Blur Face
If you are looking for a better alternative to blur faces in Windows Movie Maker, check out Wondershare Filmora. Some of the reasons why you should choose this include the following:
- It is intuitive, making it a snap to use
- You will be able to add mosaic on the specific parts of a video
- There are various face-off elements that are available
- It supports different file formats
- There are different features that will allow you to play with your creativity to come up with the output that is desired.
How you can blur Faces in Windows Movie Maker
Windows Movie Maker doesn't have the ability to censor a specific region of the video. What you might consider is just adding some text over their face.
- Open Windows Movie Maker, click on Add Videos and Photos and upload the videos that you want to edit
- To censor the specific part of the video, click on Add Caption.
- Type the same letter several times and change its color into black.
- Choose a thick border and change the outline of the color to black.
- Change the style of the font to Windings or Webdings.
- Have it squared and place it on the face of the person you would like to blur.
- Copy and paste it if you need to blur more faces.
- Preview the video and make adjustments if deemed necessary.
Video tutorial on how to blur faces in Windows Movie Maker:
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