MrDeepFakes Forums
  • New and improved dark forum theme!
  • Guests can now comment on videos on the tube.
   
cruiser44000Eyes detection issue in Aligned-debug
#1
Hi folks, I've been having an issue with eyes lately. My model for example is never looking in the same direction as the celebrity in my DST or have each eye looking to a different direction or even one eye open and another closed. I am using mostly default parameters with a batch size of 14. I tested both random warp enabled and disabled and no noticeable improvement. For the models I tested I reached above 100k each time. I am not mixing models (each model has it's own src and dst sources). So to understand what's happening, I went in the aligned_debug folder and was checking manually how the faces are defined. I am attaching two typical cases that I have seen among the other pictures. The fact that the lines are not well alignes with the eyes, I was wondering if this is the issue? and what is the degree of tolerance to get matching eyes between the model and celebrity? Thanks
[Image: nD6pLGKh.jpg] 
[Image: Sy44sB3h.png]
#2
2nd one is off and should be fixed manually, also you need your src to have eye looking in different directions for different angles, without it won't be able to learn eye direction correctly.
Raising money for a new GPU, if you enjoy my fakes or my work on forums consider donating via bitcoin, tokens or paypal/patreon, any amount helps!
Paypal/Patreon: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
Bitcoin: 1C3dq9zF2DhXKeu969EYmP9UTvHobKKNKF
Want to request a paid deepfake or have any questions reagarding the forums or deepfake creation using DeepFaceLab? Write me a message.
TMB-DF on the main website - You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
#3
(01-20-2020, 04:41 PM)tutsmybarreh Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.2nd one is off and should be fixed manually, also you need your src to have eye looking in different directions for different angles, without it won't be able to learn eye direction correctly.

Ok noted. thank you so much!

Forum Jump:

Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)