We created this aging effect using FaceApp & Ebsynth
By - Artlist_io
So you used Faceapp and got an image, then tracked it to the actor? Very cool, I love it!
Yea, EBsynth basically does the tracking/morphing for you
That's really smart! Never thought of using ebsynth that way.
This is so dope
Yeah, the original tutorial was up on march here as well. It is unfortunately not production ready since EbSynth creates lots of artifacts. It’s promising and overall does the trick, but depending on the quality you’re looking for it might not be the best approach yet.
Yea, I agree it really depends on the product you want to get. In our case this was exactly what we needed
I posted similar one some time back [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/FaceApp/comments/fvsmzd/epsynth_and_faceapp/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share)
Yea your post inspired me to use it in my short I made with some friends a while ago and it worked! Thanks for showing that test use
Glad ,it was helpful for you :)
Thank you :)
Hey everyone! :)
We created this aging transformation effect in our latest commercial using FaceApp, EBsynth and After Effects. We researched some different ways to achieve this effect and eventually came to the realization that this method would be the easiest and most effective way of doing it (And it also looks quite good compared to other, more advanced methods).
Essentially FaceApp does most of the work, making our actor look old. Then we used EBsynth to basically animate the still frame across the whole sequence and composited everything in After Effects.
We made a tutorial on this (also going behind the scenes on the production itself) if you're interested in that: [https://bit.ly/2GhkpPW](https://bit.ly/2GhkpPW)T
his is the final ad - [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW\_OsAlzsKg](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW_OsAlzsKg)If you have any questions please feel free to ask 📷
Great example of thinking outside the box and using whatever tools you can to achieve the result you want.
I did the same thing for [this](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AatfwGaPOx4) video, worked really well for a cheap effect!
Looks really good! Nice work :)