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    Talking Blurring a section of the shot.

    You know those car chases where the camera take catches the footage of the car in front. IE Police car chases.

    How do you blur out the number plate on FCP?

    many thanks

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    What software are you using to edit here? To give an answer, we need to know that.

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    Final Cut Pro... dunno man. :(

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    I dont know. Maybe if i can bribe my uncle to come onto theese forums.

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    A similar question was asked last December.

    Again, it depends on what software you're using. I wrote an answer for MEP-10 back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dappastyle
    You know those car chases where the camera take catches the footage of the car in front. IE Police car chases.

    How do you blur out the number plate on FCP?

    many thanks
    FCP = Final Cut Pro

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