Looks good during training but not after converting.

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Looks good during training but not after converting.

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I have a problem, my result after converting is not so good after 1000000 iterations. The strange thing is that, during the training, it looks really good in my monitor. What could be happening? One thing that is bad in after converting is that the mask does not seem to cover the face properly, the lower lip looks like the original, its not changed. The eyes look halfgood though.


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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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Try the preview tool, it helps you see the results of your convert settings on the video itself.


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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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I do use the preview tool, that looks bad to. I try to change the parameters as well but very little is changed and it does not improve.


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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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Preview image is tiny, convert can be huge.

Save a copy of the preview image during training and zoom into it. It should give you a better idea of why you are seeing the differences you are.

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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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I can clearly see on the training image that the lower lip looks much thinner, like it should. On the convert its just as thick as on the original face. Also overall the training image looks really promising even considering its so small. I should also say that if I swap the model its really OK.


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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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The training previews are generated in exactly the same way as the converted image.

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Re: Looks good during training but not after converting.

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Thats my thought exactly but the result is not the same. I will do some more work and if I dont get it right I can try to post some pictures to show how it looks. I have a 32" monitor so I se clearly how it looks after/during traning. Can it be the alignements that somehow is not the same? Its a mystery.


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