Tap to switch/toggle between two face masks

  • Use the “full screen” template. It is used to toggle between 2D sprites, but I’ve used it to toggle between 3D objects. No coding required.

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  • Thank you so much!!! For anyone else looking, here is a tutorial on how to use the full screen template. Follow along and use face masks instead of the sprites they use. https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/templates/world/fullscreen-template/

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  • Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but is there a tutorial on (instead of just swapping the face masks for one person) having touch cycle the face index values on multiple face masks?

    For instance, I have 4 face masks that each are set to a value from 0 to 3. I'd like tap inputs to rotate those values so different combinations can be used.

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  • @makeytlens - look up "full screen template" tutorial. You can tap and cycle through as many face lens as you want.

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