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Does Adobe save my face for facial recognition (AI) when I use Character Animator?

New Here ,
Feb 05, 2023 Feb 05, 2023

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Hello!


I am wanting to use this product but I am trying to find out if Adobe saves the video of my face when I use the character animator?  There isn't anything blatently calling out that it does or doesn't so I wanted to make sure before continuing.  If anyone has information, it would put my mind at ease.

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Adobe Employee , Feb 06, 2023 Feb 06, 2023

Character Animator does not save any video from your webcam. The only thing that is saved (if you hit Record) is an approximation of the motion of the tracked parts of your face that are visualized in the Camera & Microphone panel. For example: how much you have opened your mouth, or tilted your head to the side. It cannot be used to identify you, and it is not used in any AI training.

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Character Animator does not save any video from your webcam. The only thing that is saved (if you hit Record) is an approximation of the motion of the tracked parts of your face that are visualized in the Camera & Microphone panel. For example: how much you have opened your mouth, or tilted your head to the side. It cannot be used to identify you, and it is not used in any AI training.

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