Some swaps still looks like A->A instead of A->B

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Some swaps still looks like A->A instead of A->B

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Sometimes I had a strange training output with below settings:

Original model -> 87.5 coverage -> Batch 16/32/64 -> smooth/ssim -> Extended mask -> default kernel blur on masks

The preview after 50k iterations of batch size 64 still looks like A->A rather than A->B. Esp with ssim loss, I see this often.

Is there any tech reason behind this ?

I made sure I chose similar skull types and ensured features resemble closely on A & B faces.

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Re: Some swaps still looks like A->A instead of A->B

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It should be swapping. Reasons why preview tool might show bad swaps: alignments missing (wrong face detected). Mask being wrongly detected causing a blank swap. Double check your alignments and masks (Extended is created automatically from the alignments so just make sure the alignments are correct). If you're still having a problem, we'll really need to *SEE* what you mean. Post some screenshots for us to examine.

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Re: Some swaps still looks like A->A instead of A->B

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sure. will post. I switched to Original with a reduced coverage % and mae loss when I noticed this issue. Will try to re-create the scenario and update. Thanks for your reply.

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