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    ok well i use adobe premier pro 1.5 and photoshop cs2 and i was wondering if there is a better way then rotoscopeing to do light sabers or blurfaces? so if you know of any thing better then rotoscopeing then please help
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    hello again now i dont no if i said that right what i mean is. i heard of alamdv and i was wondering if there was any thing like that in adobe premier pro 1.5 becouse i cant find any thing like it but i only got it a couple days ago and iv learnt alot allready. i guess it couse i love all this stuff lol. sop any help would be good thank you again
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    I do lightsaber rotoscoping with premiere and PS, and yes it does take ages unfortunatly to paint every individual frame, but the results are usually very good, if done properly. If you have adobe after effects, there is a way to rotoscope, which some believe to look far better and far easier to do

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    ...and check out Marc's excellent tutorial on how to blur people's faces.

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    were do you find his tutorial to blur peoples faces?
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    or u coudl try after effects and the motiontracking tool.

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