Masking or blurring a video can add an element of intrigue and focus to your project. Here’s how you can do it in illusto:

  1. Access the Mask Option: Start by clicking on the “Mask” option within the Effect menu in the left panel.
  2. Apply the Mask: Upon clicking, you’ll discover various effects. You can either drag and drop the mask onto the timeline or click the “+” button on the mask.

3. Customize the Mask: After adding the mask to the timeline, click on the mask layer to open customization options.

    1. Here you can alter the shape and layout of the mask to your preference.
    2. For an inverted mask effect, select the “Reverse” option.
    3. Use keyframes to mark specific moments on the timeline to create captivating frame motions.
    4. The “Size” parameter grants you control over scaling the masking size, enabling you to precisely define the area of focus.
    5. Use the position option to alter the mask’s placement
    6. Add “Feather” to achieve smooth and subtly blurred edges, lending an elegant touch to your composition.
    7. Use the “Direction” feature to align the mask precisely within the frame, ensuring a cohesive and visually pleasing result.

By following these steps, you can use masking and blurring within illusto to create captivating and visually engaging videos. Don’t hesitate to experiment with various settings and effects to achieve your desired artistic outcome. Should you seek further guidance or have any questions, feel free to explore our Help Center or connect with our dedicated support team.

Was this article helpful?

image Yes
image No

Related Articles

Adding auto subtitles to your video

Keyframing in illusto

Greenscreen editing on illusto