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  • This is pretty easy to do :)

    Creating a Head Binding and an Image Object.

    Click the Head Binding and then attach it to the face, where desired.

    Drag the Image Object into the Head Binding.

    Change the Image Object texture to a "Censored" bar.

    You should have this, I recreated it:

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  • I'm sorry maybe I wasn't too specific. I want the face to have the pixelate effect. I tried one of the tutorials but it didn't help as I didn't find the 'Camera Output' within the resources tab since the software could have been updated.

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  • Clearly I'm new to this so I don't know much haha. My bad

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  • I got you!

    You need to create a new Face Mask effect.

    Then, in the Face Mask click the Material.

    Click Add New and then hover over Post Effects and choose Pixelization.

    It should then look like this:

    Check the box that says "Use Orig. Face", it should then look like this:

    That should be it. If you wanna change up the pixelization strength, look down to the bottom left and you will see the "pixelization" resource.

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