Snapchat is going to be much more popular due to its face-tracking feature up-gradation to its higher level later this month. According to Techcrunch, Snapchat is working to release a new feature that will use your selfies to substitute people’s faces in video clips or GIFs. It’s basically a streamlined way of making you deeply into GIFs. Snapchat Deepfake Cameos is equivalent to Bitmoji to easily express a feeling, response or dumb circumstance.
Users will basically inject their images into GIFs, photo models, and more as part of the upgrade and share it with your friends. In the coming weeks, Snapchat Cameos will be rolled out on iOS and Android, with over 150 Cameos users to choose from, and the ability to edit captions as well. Further, the company offered this declaration: “Cameos are not yet ready to take the stage, but will soon stay tuned for their international debut!”
Snapchat has made 150 short looping video clips or GIFs with the sound that you can choose from, update with new ones coming every week. They can show you flaunting your cash, falling asleep, dancing like crazy and tons more.
You can find the Snapchat Cameos button in the Chat Sticker Bar. Through taking a selfie-and picking a scene you would like to leap into, you will make a Cameo. You can also co-star in two-person Cameos with your friend.
Snapchat is also exploring new and innovative ways of communicating oneself, as well as amplifying monetization on the app of new and improved advertising. We have also recently introduced 3D camera mode, which adds depth to your snaps and unique 3D effects.