Face in Picture
The Face In Picture template allows you to fill a hole of a 2D image with the user’s face. Additionally, it shows you how to overlay facial features like the user’s eyes and mouth over an imported 2D image.
Import your Custom Artwork
First, import your own custom 2D artwork into the template by clicking
Add New in the
Resources panel followed by
Import Files. Alternatively you can drag and drop your 2D image into the
Assign your Artwork
Next you will need to assign your artwork to the Screen Image object. Locate the object named
Screen Image [EDIT_ME] in the
Objects panel and assign your texture to the
Texture field of the Image component. It is recommended that you keep the Screen Image in Fill mode so that it fills the entire screen.
There is an optional background image called
Background [REMOVE_ME] you can replace or remove. Because it is behind everything, this object will appear if a face is not found or when a face is lost.
Adjust the position of the Face Inset object called
Face [EDIT_ME]. With the object selected, adjust the position by selecting the Move tool in Len’s Studio’s toolbar or by pressing the W shortcut. Drag the movement arrows in the
Scene panel. Position the face so that it’s behind the hole in your artwork.
You can reorder any of the objects by dragging them up or down in the
Objects panel. Their order will determine the order in which they are rendered.
It is recommended that you tune your Face Inset positions using a 16:9 preview image. All preview images that come with Lens Studio are 16:9. For some images that are very different resolutions, you might see snapping in the
Preview panel. Press the refresh button in the
Preview panel to see the true position of the Face Inset.
Supporting Multiple Faces
The template includes a script called
FaceInsetController which allows you to easily manage multiple faces. The script takes in a list of Face Inset objects. Then, a simple dropdown allows you to assign the inputted objects to the first or second face. Additionally, this script intelligently maintains the positions of the face insets in relation to the Screen Image when the Lens is used on different device resolutions.
If you delete the included Screen Image or want to use another one as reference, make sure to set the Screen Image parameter in this script.
When set to the second face, you have the option to enable
Fallback To First. This will fallback to the first face if it can’t find a second face. If disabled, the face insets will only ever apply to the second face.
For the template example, we’ve added a simple snow blizzard particle that we exported from the particle template. This helps the static 2D image come to life. For more information on particles check out the Particles Template. If you don’t need the particle, simply remove the object called
Blizzard Particle [REMOVE_ME] in the
Previewing Your Lens
You're now ready to preview your world Lens experience. To preview your Lens in Snapchat, follow the Pairing to Snapchat guide.
Please refer to the guides below for additional information:
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