How to replace faces of videos using Roop from GitHub on Windows?

1. First download the code from roop GitHub repository. Open a dos prompt, in the directory where you want to install, type the command:
>git clone
2. Go to Visual studio download page. Select community and click Free download. Run the installer. Select three elements to install: Python development, desktop c++, and visual studio extension development.
3. Go to ffmpeg download page and download the file for windows. Unzip it and put on your local drive. Add its bin path to your environment variables.
4. Download inswapper_128.onnx from huggingface or Google drive. Put it under “roop\models” directory.
5. You need to configure a virtual environment to run the code. If you haven’t installed Anaconda3, go to install Anaconda3.
6. Setup a conda environment for roop with this instruction. If you run into problems when you setup, you can download a ready-for-use roop_env at Gumroad (compatible with CUDA 11.8). Unzip it and put it at your anaconda3 installation under “envs” directory.
7. Prepare your input files. The first one is a short video mp4 file with a face movement. The dimension is 512 x 512. The second file is an image with a face that you want to use for your new video. The dimension is 512 x 512.
8. Open an Anaconda Prompt. Run command:
>conda activate roop_env
9. Still in the Anaconda prompt, go to the directory “roop” and run command:
If you have setup PyTorch GPU on Windows, you can run this command:
>python –execution-provider cuda
10. A roop window pop up. Click “Select a face” button to upload the face image. Click “Select a target” to load the video file. Click “Start” button.
11. When the run finishes, the new video is called “output.mp4” under the same directory with input files.

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