A UI for roop


1. Support for images, gifs, videos

2. Allows swapping faces with specified faces

First run:

1. Make sure the roop project(version: 1.3.2) can run successfully.

2. Create a new folder, e.g., E:\ff (this path will be used throughout the instructions).

3. Download the faceswap release version and extract it to the folder: E:\ff\faceswap

4. Copy the server.py from the source code to the root directory of the roop project

5. Copy the runServer.bat from the source code to E:\ff\runServer.bat

6. Modify the runServer.bat according to your environment

For example, if you are using minoconda installed at G:\minoconda3\ , the content should be as follows:

chcp 65001>nul
call G:\miniconda3\Scripts\activate.bat G:\miniconda3
call conda activate roop
pushd D:\roop\roop
python -u server.py %1
The %1 represents the local server port number.
You can use other methods as well as long as server.py runs correctly.

7. Run E:\ff\fceswap\fceswap.exe

If successful, a command prompt window will appear upon startup, as shown below:

If any other errors appear, check the configuration based on the provided instructions.


1. Place your preferred images in E:\ff\images

2. Double-click to select the source and target image (or GIF/video)

3. Click [Detect Faces] for each image and wait for the faces to be marked

For GIFs or videos, clicking [Detect Faces] will capture frames at the current time point and then mark the faces. This allows extracting faces from multiple time points.

4. Double-click the faces you want to swap;they will be added to the list on the right.

5. Drag and adjust the order of faces in the list.

6. Click [Generate] to create the face-swapped result.

Debuging Python scripts:

1. Create a file: E:\ff\server_port.txt, and write a port number (53499) in the file.

2. Run server.py in debug mode using an IDE.

3. Run E:\ff\fceswap\fceswap.exe


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