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  • Hey There!

    This lens would actually be pretty easy to make yourself! All you need to do is download lens studio, start a new project and add a "Face Stretch" to your object panel. Then adjust the face points to look like the screenshots you showed, and publish! Then you can use the lens any time you want!

    Unfortunately, the Snap official lenses on the carousel sometimes cycle in and out, so the only way to make sure you can use a lens all the time is to make it yourself! Fortunately, this lens is one you can easily do yourself, let me know if you have any questions!


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  • Not familiar with Lens studio but I'll try and give it a shot. Any suggestions on how to get this accurate as possible? Face Stretch and for the voice alteration?

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  • Yup so add a face Stretch and adjust till it looks as close as possible. For the voice alteration, Lens Studio does have an "Audio Effect" component you can add to the scene as well. That should do exactly what you need!

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  • Thank you Ben. Appreciate the info. Hopefully I can get it 100% to match.

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