I've spent the last 2 weeks extracting, aligning and masking clips for a face swap. I completed all of face B (the face to be applied) a few days ago and face A yesterday. I had originally intended to merge the alignment files for each face and train against all of the faces but I see the new way has that information inside the png files themselves.
I set about the process of recreating the image sets from the original alignment files for every video source I used (280 sources, took some time) and tried to start training but I received this error:
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ERROR Mixing legacy and full head extracted facesets is not supported. The following side(s) contain a mix of extracted face types: ['A']
The error didn't provide any more info about which particular source images might be causing the problem so I began the task of trying limit sets at a time (also took a long time). At a certain point I finally clued in. All of the "new" extractions I did can't be used with the old extractions... Ah, that's... that's not great. If I can't use the "legacy" facesets for face A I will have lost days of wok. Let alone all of face "B" will be legacy.
Is there any way to upgrade legacy extractions? Can I train with a legacy and then a non-legacy session? Can I use any of the 13.500 extractions for face B?