Trojan horse lense

  • Hello Sindre.

    I am not quite sure what you mean, 

    Can you explain what you need to be replaced? Are we talking about a image?

    Looking forward to help you.

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  • Im gonna try.

    for example you have a lens similar to the one who gives you dog ears. You select the lens, pose, and take a photo, but on the photo that youve taken, the dog ears and smoothing effects are gone and replaced with a text instead.

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  • This can be done with Scene Config & render Target

    You can read about it here:

    https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/guides/general/camera/

    Example project using scene config &render targets:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=10a1EP81Qij_RzpBXlW_aZQf7ljHHWa4s

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  • I see. I dont have the skills to make it myself, and i dont see anything in the preview folder. But from your answer i am going to assume that what im asking is possible. 

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  • Can you explain more in details as what you mean by "i dont see anything in the preview folder. " Did you extract it with winrar or winzip, or is the file completely corrupted?

     

    EDIT:

    Did you download the file from Google drive?

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