The function of the “Wav2lip” program is to process the music audio file and the video together so that the person in the video can lip-sync according to the music audio.
Just clone using Google Colab and run the program. Executing the “inference.py” program in the execution directory as shown below connects “DeepfakeTest01.mp4” and “DeepfakeTest01.wav” files (the execution time of the two files must be the same) and produces “result_voice.mp4”.
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For Face-Morphing, clone using the github command in the following location.
Of course, use the command git clone https://github.com/Azmarie/Face-Morphing.
The required packages are:
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Well, you can make an image to lip-sync with a given wave file. Here are the steps.
https://github.com/yzhou359/MakeItTalk/blob/main/README.md is the place you can start. There are many ways to clone the programming. Using directly github cloning, Anaconda, or Google CoLab. I used the Colab. Continue reading “MakeItTalk-Python deepfake image talk (1)”
This is my paper about new online class model under Covid-19 environment. English and Spanish captions are available.
The method of classifying lectures before Corona was divided into online, offline, and blended. Now, it has changed into a unique lecture environment Continue reading “Online Class Model (Ongoing Class Model)”
Computer remote screen sharing is possible using TeamViewer or Chrome Remote Desktop. In my case, there is a lot of need for screen recording, so it is very convenient to share screens of heterogeneous computers. The way to share the screen of peripheral devices (this method is sometimes replaced by the word “mirroring”, but not a general expression) is also possible with TeamViewer.
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