Let's see how Arun a Content Creator uses blurweb.
I’m Arun Sarathy, a Content Creator, teaching at Tech Library TV and mostly talking about books (and self-publishing), productivity, and design.
I use blurweb.app to blur out sensitive information that sometimes shows up on my screencasts.
I do screen recorded tutorials and software demos. It also means that sometimes my email address, or even physical address, or phone number gets exposed.
Previously, I always edited or blurred such sensitive information manually within my video editor which took a ton of time. Plus ensuring the blurs are properly made in every moving frame takes even more time. Worse, I may not do a good job in one go, and it might end up getting revealed in the rendered video - and then I have to edit and render the video all over again!
Frankly speaking, I didn’t know there was actually a solution to my problem (Heck, I didn’t even know I had a problem). So when I first stumbled on Blurweb App and saw what it can do, I was immediately sold on its unique idea. I instantly knew it has the potential to save unquantified tons of minutes in editing time forever in my lifetime.
- First - the ability to mask sensitive and personally identifiable information.
- Second - ability to save hidden info even AFTER a page refresh (this feature got added after I bought it, based on user feedback - which shows the dedication Sanskar has towards his creation).
- Third - there is almost always something getting improved with Blurweb.app’s abilities and features - that’s really exciting and reassuring!
Indeed - the time that’s saved is a HUGE advantage. I can now focus on creating content that my audience loves instead of worrying about sensitive information getting leaked inadvertently.
- Content creators and teachers who need to share their browser screen to anyone else by way of screencast recordings,
- Live webinars with screen sharing situations
- Live team meetings that warrant sharing screens with others during online meetings.
- With the “blur area” feature, we could now even blur faces (if needed) that aren’t moving much (like talking head videos) much in a video, played back on the shared screen.