Beard Removal on multiple faces

  • Hey Julian Abdallah

    This is the way i do it:

    First of all, import "Beard Removal" from the assets panel into your resources library. Then close the Assets library and open it again to import a second "Beard Removal" effect. Now select both Objectprefabs which are called "BeardRemoval__PLACE_IN_OBJECTS_PANEL (2)" and drag it into your objects panel.

    Now go back to the resourcespanel and open the folder named "Beard Removal Resources". Click on 'textures' and select "beard_face_crop_texture 2" and set the Face Index to "1"

    This should work, if there are any questions left, dont hesitate to ask us. ( This also works when adding an ML beard)




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  • Hello SirQu3ntin,
    thank you very much. I really appreciate your support! :)

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  • Julian Abdallah Thank you :D

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  • Now i have another problem. The face recognition on multiple faces works great. But the beard removal now don't work properly. The faces are "shining" more then usual. It doesn't look bad if you use the filter on the standard snapchat models. But if you use it live on yourself, you see the "shining" much more.

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