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finargotEyes fix in SAEHD
#1
I've used old model for another actor but it trained very well except eyes. How i can fix them...

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#2
Train longer.  Train more with lighter face, maybe shadows are messing it up.  Make sure source data set has a few of those exact looks.  Could be a wide variety of things.  Im going to guess image is too dark and havent trained long enough.
#3
I am having the same issue. It's even worst in my case. I have checked the debug folder of the extract faces and found there is a problem with eyes detection. I always had this issue even my images are not dark. I trained over 160k and still not fixed (did this several times). Can you please share a training preview with missed up eyes? I'd like to verify if this is related to shadow on eyes messing up eyes detection.

(01-15-2020, 01:45 AM)avalentino93 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Train longer.  Train more with lighter face, maybe shadows are messing it up.  Make sure source data set has a few of those exact looks.  Could be a wide variety of things.  Im going to guess image is too dark and havent trained long enough.

In case it's related to dark pictures, would it help to increase their brightness using another software before the training?
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(01-14-2020, 08:37 PM)finargot Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.I've used old model for another actor but it trained very well except eyes. How i can fix them...

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Ok, So as I mentioned before I had the same issue as you and if you did enough iterations (above 100k) I am 100% sure the issue with eyes is because of your DST pictures being too dark or with shadow around eyes. So here is what I did. After training to 100k my model, I took another scene with really good light and no shadow around eyes. I used my first trained model (the one with eyes issue) using the new batch of DST images with good lightning and the result is awesome. The eyes match perfectly. Now the question that remains, if I use my model on low light DST images, would it work? Well i don't know but will test it soon. I advice you to do the same thing and see.
#5
Good to hear.  I kinda figured it would be the shadows.   Hard to make out the entire eye, even with out own eyes Smile
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(01-17-2020, 03:58 PM)avalentino93 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Good to hear.  I kinda figured it would be the shadows.   Hard to make out the entire eye, even with out own eyes Smile

Out of curiosity, what are your training conditions (Batch size, random wrap) and how many iterations you got? Also, check the debug folder and you can see if the alignement is fine or not. I wonder if we align manually, if it would work! Let me know what solution you find.

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