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YouTube will now let you blur whatever you want in your videos using custom tool

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Feb 2016 9:56

YouTube will now let you blur whatever you want in your videos using custom tool Three years after YouTube added the ability for video creators to blur faces within their videos, the company has expanded the blurring ability to anything you want in your videos.
The new "Custom Blurring" tool, which is available now for the desktop version of the video sharing site, will let you "blur any object in your video, even as it moves. Whether you want to blur sensitive information such as a license plate or cover up a wardrobe malfunction without reshooting an entire scene, the new Custom Blurring tool will let you blur objects throughout your video, right within YouTube."

Easy enough, the feature lets you draw a box around whatever you want to be blurred and YouTube will automatically blur that object whenever it appears throughout the video.

You can also choose to move the blurred areas, resize them, and choose when the blur starts and ends.

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