Welcome to AVCLabs Video Blur AI User Guide
Welcome to AVCLabs Video Blur AI - the ultimate video blur app powered by AI. With its cutting-edge auto-detection technology, this app can automatically blur video, faces, background, and license plates with remarkable accuracy. Get ready to dive into the world of video blurring as we guide you on how to effortlessly use AVCLabs Video Blur. Let's take the first step.
Before you begin
Prepare your video footage: Get your video ready to apply the impressive blur effect with AVCLabs Video Blur AI. It supports a wide range of input formats, including 3G2, 3GP, AVI, DIVX, FLV, F4V, M2TS, MTS, MOV, MP4, M4V, MPEG, MPG, DAT, MKV, OGM, RMVB, RM, TS, TP, VOB, WMV, WTV, ASF, DV, and WEBM.
Check the system and hardware requirements: To run AVCLabs Video Blur AI, ensure that your computer meets the minimum technical specifications provided below. For an optimal experience, we highly recommend using the recommended system specifications, guaranteeing top-notch performance.
The minimum OS requirements for AVCLabs Video Blur AI will be:
Windows 10 (64-bit), and 11 (with dedicated GPU, NVIDIA GTX 1060 or above).
macOS Catalina 10.15 or later (with M1 or M2 chip).
For more information, view the system and hardware requirements.
Tutorial: How to Use AVCLabs Video Blur AI
Download and Install
Download and run the installation package of AVCLabs Video Blur AI. After installation, the program will download some necessary components according to your system.
Click the "Browse" button or drag and drop to import a video.
Add Blur Tasks
AVCLabs Video Blur AI has an array of powerful blur features, including Face Blur, Fixed Blur, Background Blur, and License Plate Blur.
To start the blurring project, simply click on the top of the program to select one or multiple blur features.
Edit the Blur Task (Setting)
Once you add blur tasks, you can start editing each blur task.
To conveniently edit the blur task, simply right-click the timeline panel at the bottom.
Delete: Delete current blurring task.
Set as current start frame: Drag the playhead to move through the frames of a sequence to select a start point. Afterward, right-click on the timeline panel and select the option "Set as the current start frame".
Set as current end frame: Drag the playhead to select a end point, then right click the timeline panel and select "Set as the current end frame".
2. Select Blur Type
You have the option to choose from 5 different blur types - Mosaic, Standard Blur, Longitudinal Blur, Blique Blur, and Particle Blur. Alternatively, you can also upload a custom image from your desktop.
3. Adjust Blur Strength
Adjust the blur strength by dragging the slider: slide to the right to increase the strength, and to the left to decrease it.
Start Preview Mode
Before exporting, take a sneak peek of the blur effect. Simply click the EYE icon to initiate the preview mode. Please be patient while the preview mode loads.
If you are pleased with the applied blur effect, simply click the "Export" button located at the top right corner to start the export process for your video blur project.