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    Using Sony Vegas to Blur

    Hello all,

    I'm having a problem using the blur feature on Sony Vegas,

    I want to blur a watermark on a video. When i bring my media into vegas and go to media fx I choose the blur feature. However, it blurs the entire video.

    How can I just blur the a specific section on the video?

    THanks

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    Do you mean 1 segment (i.e. clip) or part of a clip (i.e. facial blur)

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    Do you mean 1 segment (i.e. clip) or part of a clip (i.e. facial blur)
    I just want to be able blur a water mark out of a video for the entire video

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    Heres a tutorial by Dave on how to do it.
    Blur Tutorial
    Its in Premiere but you should be able to see how its done and do the same in Vegas.
    A guy walks into the psychiatrist wearing only cling film for shorts.
    The shrink says, 'Well, I can clearly see you're nuts.'

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    I read that but can't figure it out using sony vegas

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    Ok, i got you know. Try virtual dub mod.
    Its a free download and has an option for removing logos.
    Never used the feature myself though.
    Have a look on the homepage to see if the tell you how to do it there or it could be in the help files. Not 100% sure though. But it does do it.

    Sorry i couldn't be more of a help.

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    You can do it in Vegas by duplicating the track, add your blur then add a mask (Event Pan/Crop) to blur the area you want.

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    This is how you do it:
    1. Duplicate the video with the watermark into another track, belle the original.
    2. Use cookie-cutter on the original video to cut the part of the watermark away, you won't notice anything yet.
    3. Now use the blur effect on the duplicated video, and you will see that the watermark has been blurred

    I hope I've helped you, and if you have any questions, just ask

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