APB2FaceV2: Real-Time Audio-Guided Multi-Face Reenactment

10/25/2020 ∙ by Jiangning Zhang, et al. ∙ 0

Audio-guided face reenactment aims to generate a photorealistic face that has matched facial expression with the input audio. However, current methods can only reenact a special person once the model is trained or need extra operations such as 3D rendering and image post-fusion on the premise of generating vivid faces. To solve the above challenge, we propose a novel Real-time Audio-guided Multi-face reenactment approach named APB2FaceV2, which can reenact different target faces among multiple persons with corresponding reference face and drive audio signal as inputs. Enabling the model to be trained end-to-end and have a faster speed, we design a novel module named Adaptive Convolution (AdaConv) to infuse audio information into the network, as well as adopt a lightweight network as our backbone so that the network can run in real time on CPU and GPU. Comparison experiments prove the superiority of our approach than existing state-of-the-art methods, and further experiments demonstrate that our method is efficient and flexible for practical applications https://github.com/zhangzjn/APB2FaceV2

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