Bluring out text that is moving in a recording can be tricky so we've created this tutorial to give you an example of how to do it. Lets say we want to blur the text in this recording but toward the end it starts moving. First we'd add the blur over the video where the text is showing. The best way to do this is to seek right before the text shows then using the arrow keys to find the exact frame were the text appears. If your video is longer you might need to magnify the timeline to make it easier to work in this small section of the video which you can do by clicking the Magnify icon at the right end of the timeline. You can also increase the magnificaiton by clicking on the triangle down here to move the magnification up. Once we've seeked to a point before the text shows then we can use the arrow keys to find the exact spot. Clicking the RIGHT arrow key will advance the recording by one frame, but if you press the UP arrow key on the keyboard, then it will advance the recording to the next changed frame which skips any frames that just had mouse motion or non-screen changes. After we find the exact frame we want to start at we'll click the Tools menu button and then the Overlay and Blur option. Now we'll drag and resize the blur to cover the text. Next we want to find the point when the text goes off the screen so we'll drag the seek bar with the mouse to the point right before it disappears off the bottom and then use the UP arrow key again to find the exact frame it's gone then we can press the E key to jump the end of the overlay span to this point. We now have the complete span setup to show the overlay in the video but if you seek back over the span by dragging with the mouse we see that the blur just stays in one spot while the text is moving so we need to fix that by having the blur move as well. To move the blru we first seek to a point right before the text starts moving and then again press the UP arrow key until we see the text move. We want to have the blur move at this point in the video so we click this icon above the seek bar which will add an Edit Point at this spot. Edit Points allow us to change the size and position of the overlay and have it take effect right at that exact spot in the video. For more info on Edit Points see our Animating Overlays tutorial. Now we can reposition the blur by dragging it with the mouse so it's over the text. To find the next point where the text moves in the video we press the UP arrow key on the keyboard again, then click the icon above the timeline to add another edit point, and then drag the blur again. We repeat this 3 step process: pressing the UP arrow key, clicking the icon to add an Edit Point, and dragging to reposition the blur, until the text moves off the screen. Now if we go back and drag the seek slowly over the edit points we'll see the text moving and the blur moving right along with it. At this point we're done so can click OK on the overlay and move on with our other edits.