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Thread: How to pixelate in Adobe Premier Elements 4.0?

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    Default How to pixelate in Adobe Premier Elements 4.0?

    Hi all,

    Title says it all really. I can't seem to open up the guide on here for pixelating on Premier 4.0.

    Is there another link someone can send me? Hope it is straight forward. I have to pixelate people's faces in crowds/large gatherings.

    thanks
    Ben

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    Couldn't you use a gaussian blur?

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    Unfortunately that makes only a fixed portion of the screen pixelated/blurred. What I need to be able to do is track faces on the screen so that they are disguised throughout the clip. CCTV/police type programs do this all the time, hopefully somebody on here knows how do to this either with a special piece of software or within Adobe Premier 4.0 or even Powerdirector 7! lol

    Need help on this.

    Thanks all

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    you can do it with after effects with motion tracking.

    do you have after effects?

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    Hi Smifis,

    Thank you. No I don't have after effects. Is it cheap? Does work as a stand alone piece of software or is it like and upgrade you add to Premier?

    Cheers
    Ben

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    it is far from cheep and it is a stand alone program to premiere but that can link together.

    what programs do you have?

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    Default How much is After Effects?!!

    Hi Guys,

    I can't seem to find out how much Adobe After Effects costs on their website. Does anyone know? And where can I get it from?

    Thanks
    Ben

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    Okay, it seems it costs 1000 for After Effects. I am a little reluctant to say the least. All I want to be able to do is is pixelate somebody's face as they move around. Does anyone know of a cheaper way?

    Thanks

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