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Can the Snap Camera change position of the eyes?

  • Honestly just pre-record yourself and play it during meetings or class. Making a filter for that is extremely hard even if it was possible it wouldn't look natural at all it would be glitchy.

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  • Hey Rebecca! 

    As Samuel said above, a filter of those standards would look very unnatural and clearly look fake! I'm sure that is not what you want :( What I usually do when I am in a class that is either not important or I am just not in the mood is, I prerecord a video of myself blankly staring into the webcam and occasionally scratch my head or make small movements, etc. Then I set that prerecorded video has the background of the frame and simply just leave the frame xD.

    hope this helps LOL


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  • What appears to occur for the smaller images is there may be no scaling carried out to them in any view link. They are usually in a black framing field and best the framing field is scaling.

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