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how to blot out certain parts of a video

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I have some video clips to promote my products. Some have certain images that need to be blotted out (or maybe, made out of focus) to respect the intellectual property rights of those images.

I made the clips with iMovie.

Any easy way to do this?

Thanks!
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John Tsioumpris earned 500 total points
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There is a guide on MacWorld..Essentially it superimposes a picture over video
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Thanks. I actually saw a link on that page for Motion 5 for $50. Gonna get that.
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