After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on the face

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hnjiakai
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After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on the face

Post by hnjiakai » Tue Dec 03, 2019 2:51 am

After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on my face. How can training make the results look more natural?

face A


face B


Converted face



Also, how do I send pictures

English is not very good, this article is translated through google, if there is anything wrong, please include more!
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Re: After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on the face

Post by torzdf » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:52 am

I edited your post to add images from github.

You can add images here:
Image 1.jpg
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You can play around with the color augmentation settings (In the Training Plugin settings window), or turn it off entirely (by enabling no-colour-aug in the main window) to try to reduce the shadows.

The quality of your B image is not good though.
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Re: After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on the face

Post by hnjiakai » Tue Dec 03, 2019 11:03 am

Thank you for your answer, I adjusted the training parameters (python faceswap.py train -A ../a-desc -B ../b-desc -m ../a-b-model -nac -g 2) (using GPU training on the server without gui), and improved the quality of the B face, and the results will come from this feedback

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Re: After changing face, there are ugly dark shadows on the face

Post by hnjiakai » Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:28 am

I improved the quality of face B,

And turned off the color enhancement option during training,
But the result still has ugly black shadows,

What can I do next to make the result more natural without this ugly "black shadow"

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