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Had another issue today and was helped out by Dee at Matterport. Something that she did mention that may of be of use to us, is the face blur option. Unless you have faces that you want blurred out leave this switched off, it increases the time it takes for your model to be processed.

Made sense when I thought about it! First time in quite a few years
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Good to know that that adds to the processing time! It would've been great if Matterport made note of that somewhere.

For what it's worth, I just tried the Faceblur feature for the first time last Friday.

I was quite impressed with the job it did... but it actually did TOO GOOD a job for my liking.

Here it blurred a religious painting of Jesus that the home owner's had:




Here it blurred some dolls they had (which admittedly are creepy and probably do deserve blurring):




But my personal favourite was the blurring of one of the post caps on the oak railing which, I suppose, is shaped a bit like a head:




I think if they could allow you to click to unblur some of the blurred images in workshop that would be a great solution.
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I would like to manually pic what faces are blurred. I don't like an automated programs thinking for me. Also, what happens when there are a lot of photos that need to be blurred?


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A related WGAN Forum discussion:

Matterport Face Blurring (Beta) versus CUPIX Blurring: Which do you prefer?

Best,

Dan
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Personally, Cupix is the better choice since you have control of the process. You can do the blurring manually, or have the system do it for you. Cupix also allows you to remove the blur created by the automatic blur and redo it.


Cupix also allows you to do it in an external program like Photoshop.

Cupix wins!!!

PS Cupix did not pay me to say this Will however accept $50/character :
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