Masking hats and hair

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emobe
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Masking hats and hair

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One thing I've always had trouble with is do I mask the hair + hats that are in the way of the face? I assume I do but wanted to confirm that this would improve the quality of the training sets. i.e on this picture below,
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Is the photo above useable if I mask out the hair and hat that come in the way of the face? Not all the images are like this but some are so there are images with the eyebrows etc.

Secondly, do I need to adjust the alignment to "avoid" the hair on the right? Or is that just to get the general face shape and you then just mask the hair out?

Thanks in advance


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Re: Masking hats and hair

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Mask out anything that you don't want to swap in. You might want to check out the new Bisenet masker. It gives you more options and accuracy.


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Re: Masking hats and hair

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Yeah I was reccomended this in the discord. That new masker definitely saves so much time! Thanks :)


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