DeepFaceLab: A simple, flexible and extensible face swapping framework

12 May 2020Ivan PerovDaiheng GaoNikolay ChervoniyKunlin LiuSugasa MarangondaChris UméMr. DpfksCarl Shift FacenheimLuis RPJian JiangSheng ZhangPingyu WuBo ZhouWeiming Zhang

DeepFaceLab is an open-source deepfake system created by \textbf{iperov} for face swapping with more than 3,000 forks and 13,000 stars in Github: it provides an imperative and easy-to-use pipeline for people to use with no comprehensive understanding of deep learning framework or with model implementation required, while remains a flexible and loose coupling structure for people who need to strengthen their own pipeline with other features without writing complicated boilerplate code. In this paper, we detail the principles that drive the implementation of DeepFaceLab and introduce the pipeline of it, through which every aspect of the pipeline can be modified painlessly by users to achieve their customization purpose, and it's noteworthy that DeepFaceLab could achieve results with high fidelity and indeed indiscernible by mainstream forgery detection approaches... (read more)

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