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Better teeth whitening?

  • So i figured out a way to do it. I used a face mask. I found and image of someone smiling and took it into photo shop and created a white blurred shape on the inside of the mouth. I then save just that as a png with alpha. In lens studio I imported the original image and used the detect face. I then swapped that image with the png of the inside of the mouth that i had created. I then checked the "No Opacity Tex." and the "Draw Mouth" boxes and set my blending mode to average. It gave me a look close to what I was looking for.

    The issue I am having now is that I want to make the mouth bigger using face inset, but when I do that the Face Mask that is whitening the teeth does not follow along. Any ideas?

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  • Hey Sam, for the face inset, try changing the Source Texture field in the Inspector from Device Camera Texture (the raw camera) to Camera Output. Hope that helps! 

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  • Ok, that was the solution. Thank you so much. I can stop pulling my hair out now.


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