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Hey guys

so Im editing a video of my desktop that I recorded with screenium anyway there is some personal information that got recorded n the video, I wanted to know if there is a way I can make that information blurry or add something to it with imovie, I would highly appreciate your help
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Normally, you could use another video layer, and something on it to either blur it or just black it out - iMovie doesn't have layers AFAIK, but I came across this tutorial video about making a mask that uses a png image to fool iMovie that it's a title - although the sample is a bit more extreme, it should give you an idea of how to place a blocked image over the area you want taken out...

iMovie 08 Simple Mask Tutorial on Vimeo

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