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  • Nice

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  • need to learn this

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  • pretty dope

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  • Great lens , i have seen several face zoom lenses but i was always wonderiing how to do this :/




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  • SirQu3ntin the idea is to scale and move screen texture according to 2 simple things you can get from the engine:
    - Face position on the screen.
    - Face distance from the camera.

    But the hardest part is building the right formula to stabilize a face, calculate the right scale, and shift for texture. Pure maths 😬 And also calculate is there enough space to zoom (you can see how zoom switches if the face is near screen borders).




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  • Thanks for letting know! I will try my best :D

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  • In case it can interest anyone I made a similar filter with a closer zoom and a zoom-in-out transition. It's made to be used on my streams to quickly zoom to my face.

    Here is the link so you can load it on the Snap Camera :

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