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! 😉
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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5 Ways Deepfakes Can Impact Your Life
So cool. Well explained, too!
Hey Jonathan, thanks for following my posts. 🙂
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..
Hello Bianca, I totally agree with you. Sometimes it is difficult to differentiate real from fake. Stay vigilant. 🙂
I have not seen this method before. Thanks!
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. 🙂
Hello Denise, very good to see you here! Thanks for being encouraging! 🙂
I may use this- thanks for the tutorial Nicole!
Thanks, Demet! If you do try it, let me know how it turns out!
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!
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! 🙂
Thank you Nicole for this interesting and easy to understand video. I will try to create a deepfake video now 🙂
I am glad that you would like to try this. Did you manage to do it? How did it go?
Cool, thanks, there is also a way to easy create deepfake using this service https://deepfaker.app/