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as far as i know, you'll want to instead toggle the post effects so that when the screen is tapped, it will switch. i think the menu you show there is only for face image picker as far as lens studio goes :)
look at this lens
i want to make like this
You can create a menu and use behavior script to switch between face effects. Your exemple is made like that
Thanks for helping .
I have more question do you have any idea about the menu how can I make it disappear when taking a video or picture .
You can code a script that hides/disable the menu when it detects user is recording or took a picture.
Heres a comment by Travis that will become useful.
And if you want a non scripting way to hide screen elements from recording, create a new render target and in scene config use Live Target. Whatever you send to Live Target won't be in the final video or picture.
Here's a quick video of how to use Live Target to use screen elements that you don't want in your recording. With the newly created render target used for Live Target, you feed the default render target (unless you have a crazy setup with multiple render targets, then this would be the one your sending to the output) in the input of your new render target used for the screen elements you dont want in the recording. Hope that makes sense.
Thank you all for helping ❤️
Working on one right now and once I uncheck the option to reveal in recording, they also disappear while recording here, which looks like it might be difficult for users lol.