FaceForensics is a video dataset consisting of more than 500,000 frames containing faces from 1004 videos that can be used to study image or video forgeries. All videos are downloaded from Youtube and are cut down to short continuous clips that contain mostly frontal faces. This dataset has two versions:
Source-to-Target: where the authors reenact over 1000 videos with new facial expressions extracted from other videos, which e.g. can be used to train a classifier to detect fake images or videos.
Selfreenactment: where the authors use Face2Face to reenact the facial expressions of videos with their own facial expressions as input to get pairs of videos, which e.g. can be used to train supervised generative refinement models.