Hide Faces In Videos Automatically

Edit Tutorial

How To Work With Edit

In PutMask App

First you need to take PutMask to the editing state, which is possible in two ways:
1- First, click on the icon state to open the menu state,(1) and then click on the “Edit” button. (2)
2. First, select a filter, (3) and then click the Options button that appears. (4)
Now if you have not selected a filter, you need to select one.
After selecting the filter, you can change the location and size of the filter only in the frame that is being displayed. (5) To change other frames, just move a frame by clicking the frame stepping buttons. (6)
With the help of the scissors button, you can increase or decrease the beginning and end of each filter. To do this, by clicking on the scissors button, a menu will open for you (7),
which by clicking on the “Set Finish Here” button, the end of the filter will be set to the current frame number (8), and also by clicking on the “Set Start Here” button, the start of the filter will be set to the current frame number. (9)
Of course, you don’t have to enter the editing state to use this feature, and you can use the scissors button in any other state. You can also change the resolution of each filter. Clicking the “Pixel Rate” button will open a panel for you (10) where you can change the pixel rate of each filter. (11)
The higher the pixel rate of the filter, the higher the filter resolution.

 

Pixel Rate = 2

 

Pixel Rate = 5

 

Pixel Rate = 20

 

Pixel Rate = 50

Finally, you can delete the filter by clicking the “Delete” button. (12)

What’s new in “version >= 2.0.0”

From version 2 onwards, you can use different modes to obscure the face By clicking on the “Color” button you can see all the modes (13):
Average Color: In this case, the color of each section is equal to its average color
Random Color: In this case, the color of each section is equal to a random color
Black & White: In this case, the color of each section is equal to black or white
If you use item Random Color or Black & White, the quality of the background video will decrease. Less quality Less information :

 

 

Without Filter

 

Average Color

 

Black & White

 

Random Color

Because key-frame type editing was much easier than other filters, you can convert other filters to key frame type from this version (2.0.0) onwards.
First click on the “Convert” button (14)
After clicking the convert button, a dialog will appear in front of you. Here you can specify the number of keyframes per a number of frames (15) for example :
If you enter 10 here, one keyframe will be added to the filter for every 10 frames.
If you check the “Revise Data” option (16) The app reviews all the filter information and this information changes according to the added keyframes. When you enter the necessary information, click the “Convert” button. (17)
See the result :

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