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faceswap
GitHub Repository
Developerdeepfakes
Written inPython
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Created12/19/2017
Last updated04/03/2024
LicenseGNU General Public License v3.0
Homepagewww.faceswap.dev
Repositorydeepfakes/faceswap
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Architecture Diagram for faceswap
Architecture Diagram for faceswap

The Faceswap repository is a comprehensive toolkit for facial recognition, face swapping, and related computer vision tasks. It provides a modular and extensible framework for integrating various face detection, alignment, masking, and recognition algorithms, as well as a rich set of utilities for working with face data.

The core functionality of the Faceswap project is divided into three main areas: face extraction, face training, and face conversion. The plugins directory contains the key components for these tasks, with each subdirectory (extract, train, and convert) housing the relevant plugins and algorithms.

The …/extract directory is the heart of the face extraction process, providing implementations of various face detection (…/detect), alignment (…/align), masking (…/mask), and recognition (…/recognition) algorithms. These plugins work together to detect faces in input images, align them, generate segmentation masks, and extract facial features for use in the training and conversion processes.

The …/train directory contains the core functionality for training deep learning models for face swapping. This includes the definition of various model architectures (…/model), custom loss functions (…/losses), and the implementation of the training pipeline (…/trainer). The Faceswap project supports a variety of model architectures, such as DFaker, DeepFaceLab, and the original Faceswap model, each with its own set of default configuration options.

The …/convert directory handles the conversion process, which involves applying the trained model to swap faces in input images or videos. This includes functionality for performing color adjustments (…/color), blending masks (…/mask), and applying scaling adjustments (…/scaling) to the swapped faces.

In addition to the core functionality, the Faceswap repository also provides a comprehensive set of utility tools and applications in the tools directory. These tools cover a wide range of tasks, such as alignments manipulation, video processing, manual face editing, mask generation, model management, and face sorting. For example, the …/manual directory contains the implementation of the Faceswap Manual Tool, a GUI application that allows users to visually interact with frames, faces, and alignments data to make manual adjustments.

The Faceswap project also includes a robust command-line interface (…/cli) and a graphical user interface (…/gui) that provide a user-friendly way to interact with the various features of the application. The GUI, in particular, offers a comprehensive set of tools for managing the extraction, training, and conversion processes, as well as visualizing the results.

Overall, the Faceswap repository is a powerful and flexible tool for working with facial data, leveraging a variety of computer vision and deep learning techniques to enable a wide range of face-related applications. Its modular design and extensive set of utilities make it a valuable resource for developers and researchers working in the field of facial recognition and manipulation.

Face Extraction

References: plugins/extract

The …/ directory contains the core functionality for the face extraction process in the Faceswap project. This includes several sub-directories and files that implement various face detection, alignment, masking, and recognition algorithms.

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Face Detection

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Architecture Diagram for Face Detection
Architecture Diagram for Face Detection

The …/ directory contains the implementation of various face detection algorithms used in the Faceswap project. The directory includes the following key components:

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Face Alignment

The core functionality for aligning detected faces in the Faceswap project is implemented in the …/align directory. This directory contains the key components responsible for performing facial landmark extraction and face alignment using various deep learning algorithms.

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Face Masking

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Architecture Diagram for Face Masking
Architecture Diagram for Face Masking

The …/mask directory contains the core functionality for generating segmentation masks for detected faces in the Faceswap project. It includes several plugins that use different neural network architectures, such as BiSeNet, U-Net, and VGG, to create these masks.

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Face Recognition

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Architecture Diagram for Face Recognition
Architecture Diagram for Face Recognition

The core functionality for the face recognition process in the Faceswap project is implemented in the …/recognition directory. This subsection covers the implementation of the VGG-Face2 model for feature extraction and clustering.

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Extraction Pipeline

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Architecture Diagram for Extraction Pipeline
Architecture Diagram for Extraction Pipeline

The Extractor class in …/pipeline.py is responsible for managing the execution of the various extraction plugins and providing a generator-based interface to retrieve the processed faces.

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Face Training

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Architecture Diagram for Face Training
Architecture Diagram for Face Training

The core functionality for the training process in the Faceswap project is defined in the …/train directory. This directory contains the following key components:

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Model Architectures

The …/_base directory provides the core functionality for the model training process in the Faceswap project. The key components in this directory are:

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Loss Functions

References: lib/model/losses

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Architecture Diagram for Loss Functions
Architecture Diagram for Loss Functions

The …/losses directory contains various custom loss functions used in the Faceswap project for training deep learning models, particularly for face swapping tasks. The loss functions in this directory can be divided into two main categories:

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Training Pipeline

The TrainerBase class in the …/_base.py file provides the core functionality for the training process in the Faceswap application. This class serves as the foundation for all Faceswap trainer plugins, ensuring a consistent and extensible training workflow across different models.

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Configuration Management

The …/_config.py file contains the default configuration options for the training process in the Faceswap project. This includes settings for loss functions, optimizer parameters, and mask-related parameters.

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Face Conversion

References: plugins/convert

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Architecture Diagram for Face Conversion
Architecture Diagram for Face Conversion

The …/convert directory contains the core functionality for the conversion process in the Faceswap application. This includes several sub-directories that handle different aspects of the conversion, such as color adjustments, mask blending, and scaling adjustments.

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Color Adjustments

The …/ directory contains a set of plugins for the Faceswap project that are responsible for performing various color adjustments on swapped faces during the conversion process.

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Mask Blending

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Architecture Diagram for Mask Blending
Architecture Diagram for Mask Blending

The Mask class in the …/mask_blend.py file is responsible for blending the edges of the swapped face with the original face during the face conversion process. This class provides several options for manipulating the mask, including:

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Scaling Adjustments

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Architecture Diagram for Scaling Adjustments
Architecture Diagram for Scaling Adjustments

The …/scaling directory contains the implementation of various scaling adjustment methods used in the Faceswap converter. The main functionality is provided by the Adjustment class, which serves as the parent class for different scaling adjustment plugins.

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Output Writers

The …/writer directory contains the implementation of various output writers for the Faceswap converter. These writers are responsible for handling the conversion and writing of the processed frames to different output formats, such as video (FFMPEG), animated GIFs, and image sequences (using OpenCV and Pillow).

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Utilities and Tools

References: tools

This section covers the various utility tools and applications that extend the functionality of the Faceswap project, including alignments manipulation, video processing, manual face editing, mask generation, model management, and face sorting.

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Alignments Manipulation

References: tools/alignments

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Architecture Diagram for Alignments Manipulation
Architecture Diagram for Alignments Manipulation

The …/alignments directory contains a set of tools and utilities for manipulating and working with Faceswap alignments files. The main functionality is provided by the following classes:

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Video Processing

References: tools/effmpeg

The …/effmpeg directory contains the implementation of the EFFMPEG tool, which is a wrapper around the FFmpeg video processing tool. The Effmpeg class in the effmpeg.py file provides a user-friendly interface for interacting with FFmpeg, handling tasks like input/output validation, constructing FFmpeg command-line arguments, and executing the FFmpeg commands.

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Manual Face Editing

References: tools/manual

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Architecture Diagram for Manual Face Editing
Architecture Diagram for Manual Face Editing

The Faceswap Manual Tool is a GUI application that enables visual interaction with frames, faces, and alignments data, allowing users to make manual adjustments to the alignments. The core functionality of this tool is implemented across several key components:

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Mask Generation

References: tools/mask

The …/mask directory contains the core functionality for the Mask tool in the Faceswap application. This tool allows users to generate, import, export, and preview masks for existing face alignments, integrating with the Faceswap extraction pipeline.

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Model Management

References: tools/model

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Architecture Diagram for Model Management
Architecture Diagram for Model Management

The …/model directory contains tools for generating inference-only models and scanning models for NaN (Not a Number) and Inf (Infinity) values.

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Face Sorting

References: tools/sort

The Faceswap project provides a set of tools for sorting and grouping aligned face images based on various criteria, such as blur, color, face similarity, and pose. These tools are located in the …/sort directory and are designed to be flexible and extensible, allowing users to customize the sorting and grouping process to suit their specific needs.

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Preview Tool

References: tools/preview

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Architecture Diagram for Preview Tool
Architecture Diagram for Preview Tool

The Faceswap Preview tool, located in the …/preview directory, allows users to preview face swaps and tweak configuration settings before running a full conversion. The main components of this tool are:

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GUI and Command-Line Interface

References: lib/gui, lib/cli

The Faceswap GUI and command-line interface provide a comprehensive set of tools for managing the face extraction, model training, and face conversion processes. The implementation of the GUI and command-line interface is divided into several key components, each with its own responsibilities and design choices.

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GUI Implementation

References: lib/gui

The core functionality of the Faceswap GUI is managed by several key classes and modules:

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Command Management

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Architecture Diagram for Command Management
Architecture Diagram for Command Management

The CommandNotebook class is the central component that manages the command interface in the Faceswap GUI. It is responsible for creating and maintaining the individual command tabs, as well as handling the running task trace and updating the action buttons based on the task state.

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Display Management

The DisplayNotebook class in …/display.py is responsible for managing the display tabs in the Faceswap GUI. It is a custom ttk.Notebook that adds and removes tabs based on the current Faceswap task.

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Utility Components

References: lib/gui/utils

The …/utils directory contains a collection of utility modules and classes that provide various functionalities to the Faceswap GUI application. These utilities handle configuration management, file handling, image processing, and long-running task execution, ensuring the smooth operation and responsiveness of the GUI.

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Configuration and Theme

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Architecture Diagram for Configuration and Theme
Architecture Diagram for Configuration and Theme

The faceswap/lib/gui/_config.py file contains the default configurations for the Faceswap GUI application. The Config class in this file is responsible for setting the default values for various GUI options, such as the startup behavior, layout, font, and other settings.

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Command-Line Interface

References: lib/cli

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Architecture Diagram for Command-Line Interface
Architecture Diagram for Command-Line Interface

The command-line interface (CLI) for the Faceswap application is implemented in the …/cli directory. This subsection covers the key components of the CLI implementation, including the parsing and processing of command-line arguments, as well as the launching of the appropriate Faceswap scripts.

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Argument Handling

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Architecture Diagram for Argument Handling
Architecture Diagram for Argument Handling

The faceswap/lib/cli/actions.py file contains custom argparse.Action objects that extend the functionality of the standard argparse library for handling command-line arguments in the Faceswap application. These custom actions provide additional features beyond the basic argparse actions, such as file and directory handling, as well as specialized GUI display objects.

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Script Execution

The ScriptExecutor class in …/launcher.py is responsible for launching the appropriate Faceswap script based on the command-line arguments provided.

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Core Library

References: lib

The lib directory contains the core functionality for the Faceswap project, including modules for handling face alignments, the command-line interface, GPU statistics, the graphical user interface (GUI), machine learning models, multithreading, serialization, system information, and various utility functions.

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Face Alignments

References: lib/align

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Architecture Diagram for Face Alignments
Architecture Diagram for Face Alignments

The …/align directory contains the core functionality for handling face alignments, detected faces, and associated data structures within the Faceswap project.

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GPU Statistics

References: lib/gpu_stats

The …/ directory provides a consistent interface for retrieving information about the available GPU devices on the system, supporting a variety of GPU backends. The main functionality is provided by the _GPUStats class, which serves as the parent class for all GPU stats implementations.

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Multithreading and Serialization

References: lib

The …/multithreading.py file provides utility functions and classes for handling multithreading in the Faceswap project. It includes the FSThread class, which is a subclass of threading.Thread that can pass any errors that occur within the thread back to the parent. The MultiThread class manages a pool of FSThread instances, allowing for parallel execution of a target function with the ability to catch and re-raise any errors that occur.

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System Information

References: lib

The …/gpu_stats directory provides a consistent interface for retrieving information about the available GPU devices on the system, regardless of the underlying hardware or GPU backend being used. The key components in this directory are:

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