How to apply a filter to multiple faces

  • Start out with just a single face. Everything will be nested underneath a Head Binding which is what is tracking the face. Once you have the filter finalized, select the Head Binding in the Objects Panel and push ctrl-d on the keyboard (probably cmd-d on mac). This will duplicate the Head Binding along with everything under it. Select the new head binding and change the face index to 1. Repeat for as many faces as you like. I think you can track up to 10, but realistically that many people aren't going to be present in the camera view.

    After creating the second head binding, change the preview to one with two people to make sure both faces are being tracked.

    And last note - the face index is a 0-based index. That means the first face has index 0, the second face has index 1, and so on.


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  • Thanks for the reply.
    I couldn't get it to work for the life of me, so I'm going to try the method you taught me as soon as I can.

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