Blur

Blur

Here are some examples for blur operation on-the-fly.

Original Image

Original Image

Simple Blur

Using the i_o_blur url command modifier you can blur your images on-the-fly. The args value to this modifier will specify the intensiveness of the blur operation.

Here are the original image with blur modification with 10 and 40 as intensiveness values.

i_o_blur_10

Blur

i_o_blur_40

Blur

Manual Selection Blur

The default behaviour of the blur image effect is to apply the blur function on the whole image. However you can select specific region to apply blur effect.

Using i_c_x and i_c_y you can set the center of the rectangle and using i_h and i_w you can specify the height and width of the region you want to apply blur effect. In this example we set the center of blur effect to (275, 275) and the rectangle dimension is (75, 75).

i_c_x_275,i_c_y_275,i_h_75,i_w_75,i_o_blur_25

Blur

Multi-Selection Blur

Original Image

Original Image

Multi-Selection

Using Inteliver command chain you can apply effects multiple times using / separator. With the help of this feature you can blur multiple regions.

Here, in the first part of the command chain we will blur a rectangle and in the second part we blur the face.

i_c_x_280,i_c_y_50,i_h_100,i_w_100,i_o_blur_25/i_c_face,i_o_blur_21

Multi Selection Blur

Face Blur

You can blur faces in your images using face selector and blur operation command.

i_c_face,i_o_blur_20

Face Blur 1

Objects Blur

Using Inteliver A.I. object detection feature you can select different objects in your images and then blur them out.

In this example, by using object selector i_c_object_person we will blur the person in the image.

i_c_object_person,i_o_blur_20

Face Blur 1

And we can also blur the car in the image.

i_c_object_truck,i_o_blur_20

Face Blur 1

Or by using the command chain feature we can blur out the persons and cars in the image.

i_c_object_truck,i_o_blur_20/i_c_object_person,i_o_blur_20

Face Blur 1

You can lookup the object detection API reference to see all the objects we detect in images.