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DEEP FAKE

Deepfakes Web is a service that lets you create deepfake videos on the web. It uses Deep Learning to absorb the various complexities of face data. It can take up to 4 hours to learn and train from video and images, whereas it takes another 30 minutes to swap the faces using the trained model. The free version will output the deepfake video in around 5 hours, whereas the premium version will spit out the video in just 1 hour.

Reface AI is the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) behind the scenes. To use the app, all you need to do is capture your photo and then choose the GIF that you want to use. It will superimpose your face on the GIF. It doesn’t work perfectly, and the face superimposition will depend on the symmetry of your face and the GIF you are using. That said, there are so many gifs on the internet that you will always have options. This can be your personalized GIF maker app that you can use to impress your friends.

MyHeritage developed an app Deep Nostalgia that feature gained popularity among social media users as it lets you animate old photos. To use the service, all you have to do is upload an image and press the animate button. In a few seconds, you get an animated version of the image with the face, eyes, and mouth moving like it’s straight out of The Daily Prophet magical newspaper from Harry Potter.

DeepFaceLab is a Windows program that allows you to create deepfake videos. It’s primarily built for researchers and students of computer vision. However, if you want to learn about deepfake videos, you can definitely try out this tool. It uses machine learning and human image synthesis to replace faces in videos. Since DeepFaceLab is an advanced tool mostly for researchers, the interface is not user-friendly, and you will have to learn its usage from the documentation. Again, it goes without saying that you need a powerful PC with a dedicated high-end GPU. Simply put, if you are a student specializing in computer vision, 

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