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Tutorial Thumbnail "Create your Own Blurring Spot Effect" Since you went to 64 bit Studio, you can't use your old 32-bit plugins that allowed you to blur faces. Currently, your only option for blurring faces is with a rectangular blur, and it does not suit everyone's needs. We must find a new way to accomplish this. I am offering three methods for doing so, depending on whether you want to blur or pixelate the face with the NewBlue plugin or a method that does not use the NewBlue plugin.

If you have something to hide or blur, you can do so by following our tutorial :

["Create your Own Blurring Spot Effect"]

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