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Posted By a.frost62 5 Months Ago
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I have an issues with the eye area on my baby animation. Please see image, how do I get the eyes to blend in more? I have been accurate with the outline but cannot get rid of the obvious demarcation.
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Hi...

If you have the Pro or Pipeline versions you can try to improve eye closing problems using the Face Key Editor which can be found on the top toolbar or by pressing K.

For texture blending issues you may be able to improve the problem by smoothing out the eyelid area in  a texture editor before creating the head. You will get better realism if the area is smooth because CrazyTalk has to stretch that area to simulate blinking and closed eyes. If there are any artefacts or wrinkles present these will be very noticeable when the eyes are closed.

                                                                

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Thanks again Peter, the original image is very smooth and I thought this was the issue. Will try the face key editor.

Allan



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