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Lenses should utilize the Snapchat camera when taking Snaps

  • Hi,

    Can you take a screenshot of what your lens looks like?

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    I want Image Picker with function of moving the image

    But if I put ( Image object ) in ( camera ) the image doesn't move

    In both cases the lens is rejected

    Thank you for helping me

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  • Is there any answer ?

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  • Hi abo, 

    Lenses have to use the Snapchat Camera in order for Snap to effectively moderate Snap submissions. To ensure your Lens uses the Snapchat Camera, simply ensure the Camera Picker Functionality only works when a face is present. That way the Lens will not allow for a full-screen takeover of the Snap with a user's camera roll content.



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  • Thank you so much Neha

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  • I've been trying to make a lens with the image picker but get that message as well. With mine, I have tried to put an image from camera roll behind the face of a person with segmentation. Kinda like a green screen. But when I flip the camera it lets you pick any photo from your camera roll which is not what I want I want the segmentation and image picker to only work when there is a face visible on either camera. How do I do this?

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