HELP needed: blurring out a part of the movie

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Art Academy, Oct 7, 2005.

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    Art Academy Guest

    I'm trying to blur out the timer wich accidently stood on during an
    important meeting, so that I can add subtitles.
    But I just can't find out how i can do that with Adobe Premiere Pro.

    An illustration
    this how is how it is now:
    Http://members.home.nl/mediumgallery/now.jpg

    and how I wanted to be [edited with photoshop, not Premiere]
    Http://members.home.nl/mediumgallery/wanted.jpg

    I hope any of you guys can tell me exactly how to do this (simple?)
    thing.

    greeting from Daniel
     
    Art Academy, Oct 7, 2005
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    Kent Ashton Guest


    Dscaler ( http://deinterlace.sourceforge.net/ ) has a "logo killer"
    filter that will do that.
     
    Kent Ashton, Oct 7, 2005
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    JimK Guest

    Virtualdub-MPEG2 has a logo remover or you can just put a black box
    over the clock with Virtualdub-MPEG2. Load up your video in
    Virtualdub-MPEG2 and set your video filters, FrameServe to your
    favorite video editor,

    TMPGEnc Express FrameServe's great, I think Adobe Premiere does as
    well, not sure though.

    The image "now.jpg" looks like you have an interlace issue. Try
    different de-interlace options till you get rid of ghost around that
    guys head.

    http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=Virtualdub-MPEG2

    2nd Virtualdub logo remover plugin and tutorial
    http://www.compression.ru/video/subtitles_removal/index_en.html
     
    JimK, Oct 7, 2005
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    JimK Guest

    Virtualdub-MPEG2 has a logo remover or you can just put a black box
    over the clock with Virtualdub-MPEG2. Load up your video in
    Virtualdub-MPEG2 and set your video filters, FrameServe to your
    favorite video editor,

    TMPGEnc Express FrameServe's great, I think Adobe Premiere does as
    well, not sure though.

    The image "now.jpg" looks like you have an interlace issue. Try
    different de-interlace options till you get rid of ghost around that
    guys head.

    http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=Virtualdub-MPEG2

    2nd Virtualdub logo remover plugin and tutorial
    http://www.compression.ru/video/subtitles_removal/index_en.html
     
    JimK, Oct 7, 2005
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