How To Create A Deepfake Video In 3 Minutes

In my first post, I spoke about 5 ways deepfakes can impact our lives. I included a deepfake of Obama at the end of the video. The deepfake animation took me quite a while to create as there was a lot of coding in the file I was working on, and I was bewildered.

The good news is I found a simpler way to create a deepfake video without any coding skills needed. Yes, no programming is required and it is user-friendly.

I managed to create these deepfake videos in less than 3 minutes using AliaksandrSiarohin’s First Order Motion Model For Image Animation.

Create your deepfake video now! Do drop a comment below to let me know if it works! 😉

Additional information:
The video size I used is 256 x 256 pixels. You may also want to use Ezgif to resize your video.

AliaksandrSiarohin’s First Order Model For Image Animation (Link to Google Drive):
First Order Motion Model For Image Animation

First Order Motion Model for Image Animation
How to make DeepFake in 10 mins – Tutorial

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Nicole Tay

A student who is pursuing her studies in Online Business and Marketing at HSLU, Nicole developed an interest in technology while working in innovation companies. She writes about disruptive trends and she has a professional background in communications. Her passion for gaming and reading trending news articles often exceeds her need for sleep. Drop her a text in the middle of the night and you would be surprised to find out that she is probably still awake!

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16 thoughts on “How To Create A Deepfake Video In 3 Minutes

  1. Interesting video! Now I’m just thinking how much technology evolved.. and that we should be even more careful with fake things from the internet..

    1. Hello Bianca, I totally agree with you. Sometimes it is difficult to differentiate real from fake. Stay vigilant. 🙂

    1. Hello Samuel, I am glad that this is new to you! If you do try this method, please drop a comment and let me know how it goes. 🙂

  2. Wow…. don’t know if this is exiting or just scary… hahah – anyhow great to have a look behind the scenes! Great video – thanks for sharing!

    1. Hello Tomris, thanks for following my blog posts. Yes, it can be very scary and fun! Maybe you can try it out and let me know! 🙂

  3. Thank you Nicole for this interesting and easy to understand video. I will try to create a deepfake video now 🙂

  4. Awesome post, thank you! I also discovered a great app to create deepfakes at

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