Blur feature adds privacy
YouTube has announced a new feature that it intends to help people who live video maintain their privacy and the privacy of others. The new feature allows you to blur all the faces in the video and YouTube is among the first online video sites offer the feature. The face blurring tool is available in the YouTube video editor.
All the user has to do to blur faces in the video is click the checkbox and YouTube does the rest. YouTube does note that users want watch the video preview to ensure all the faces are blurred in all the scenes. The tool can miss some faces due to lighting, position, and other factors.
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