Friday Mar 13, 2020

redsharknews.com

How one young director used free

software to create

the Back to the Future Deepfake

I recently spoke to the director, along with Josh Davies (CEO) and Kirstie Tostevin (Marketing Manager) of FXhome,…
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By noreply@redsharknews.com (Heath McKnight)
redsharknews.com

I recently spoke to the director, along with Josh Davies (CEO) and Kirstie Tostevin (Marketing Manager) of FXhome, creators of Hit film, to learn more. Photoshop has been used to create all sorts of fake images, from placing a well-known modern-day person in a historical scene, to photos of the Loch Ness Monster. Plus, Netflix went all-in on Martin Scorsese The Irishman and their VFX artists spent a long time de-ageing Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.

'Francois began teaching himself Hit film Express and Deep Face Lab, both free, and taking full advantage of his Geforce GTX 1070 SC 8GB graphics card. And after spending some time watching tutorials online, seeking some advice in FXhome 5 million-strong community and experimenting through trial and error, he started releasing….

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