Is Extraction using After Effects possible?

Extracting faces for training and converting
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CyJackX
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Is Extraction using After Effects possible?

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After Effects has pretty robust face tracking and masking, and thus it seems that it would be possible to do extraction there if you wanted.

Obviously the built-in solution is very simple and easy, but I'm wondering if AE is superior or better-equipped to deal with higher resolutions?

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Re: Is Extraction using After Effects possible?

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After Effects does not necessarily give us all the data we use, that said, if you don't use a mask you could potentially use AE just to extract the faces.

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