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XSeg is a trainable masking model that includes labels that define the shapes of faces. It excludes obstructions that lie over both SRC and DST faces. This is done to prevent the model from mistreating the obstructions as part of the face and merging them with the face. The XSeg model has many uses and is an excellent way to improve the accuracy of your facial reconstruction.
The XSeg dataset contains labeled faces that are available for download from the SRCfaces website. You can use this dataset to make your own labeled faces. The XSeg dataset is free and is an excellent starting point for your own face reconstruction project. Its powerful features make it a popular choice in facial recognition. The XSeg dataset is comprised of both SRC and DST face data.
Motion blur in merging
You can reduce motion blur in SRCfaces’s Merging Point Beauty software by using one of its many options. Motion blur can be used to simulate various motions, including rotation. Using the Angle parameter will make the object appear to be rotating. You can also use the RimRadius parameter to limit the amount of blurred areas. You should choose a value that matches the mesh radius to avoid pixellation.
Another option is to apply a radial motion blur material to the base mesh. The Radial Motion Blur Material will give the object an illusion of rotation when applied to the base Mesh. You can adjust the Radius and Angle parameters to obtain the effect you want. The Radial Motion Blur material is best for creating objects with irregular shapes. It can be applied to various objects, including people and objects.
To create a data set, you must extract faces from frames. After that, you must move the extracted frames into the main “data_src” folder. You can use an automated face extractor to generate the SRC dataset. This algorithm will detect most faces, but it will also create false positives. Moreover, you may have other faces that are not related to the one you’re training.
Unlike the DF model, which is more SRC-like, the DST model can be trained to be more accurate. However, it can also deform faces. The DF model only works well when you shoot from the front. In addition, you need all the angles of the face. However, it can produce mediocre side contour results. This means that you must make sure that you match the lighting and the profile angles properly. Although the DST model is more forgiving, you still need to cover the angles in order to obtain the best results.