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This week's featured Plug-in for Final Cut Pro does an awesome job smoothing skin and removing blemishes from people on footage.  BeautyBox from Digital Anarchy uses an advanced technique like Face Detection to automatically identify skin tones.  There's no need to manually create masks or retouch frame by frame.  The process is designed to speed up the workflow that usually takes so much time for skin retouching.

beautybox_comparison.gifSkin Smoothing is also a technology they use to keep important features of the face sharp but still reduce or even erase wrinkles & blemishes.  The auto-feature is really intuitive as to retouching, but there are also separate parameters within the filter that you can tweak for even better results.
beautybox_parameters.gifYou can download a demo at Digital Anarchy's website as well as see more examples of how this software can help you.  The demo plug-in does place a watermark (hence the gray vertical line on my sample) on your footage, but once you see what it can do in such a short amount of time, you'll be ready to purchase!

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