The new types of TikTok filters

Effect House is the software of creation of TikTok filters. This new software allows you to make any kind of filter you want and is constantly evolving to provide the best possible TikTok filters. In February 2023, Effect House offered a new version of the software by integrating 4 new types of filters available. 3 of them will allow to modify the appearance of the face and the last one will allow a better rendering quality for 3D objects. Here is the list and information about these 4 new TikTok filters.

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TikTok filters to modify eyebrows

Thanks to this TikTok filterIn addition, designers can have fun replacing users' eyebrows with different graphics or shapes. 

This new TikTok filter is possible thanks to the recognition of eyebrows. This then allows them to be erased and replaced with a "texture sequence" to replace the texture.

This feature, called Eyebrows Eraser Generative, allows you to add an "Animation Sequence" to create a random roulette filter based on the eyebrows.

TikTok filters to modify the smile

The second new feature allows a smile to be added automatically to the user's face. The Effect House software recognises the user's mouth and automatically distorts it. The Smile Generative Effect can therefore make all users smile.

However, it is not possible to make the mouth disappear as the feature that erases eyebrows might offer.

TikTok filters for mouth modification

This new feature allows the shape of the mouth to be changed to make it look like the user is kissing, also known as a "pucker mouth". The "Pucker Generative Effect" will allow the creator to automatically change the shape of the mouth in the filter.

As with the Smile Generative Effect, it is not possible to erase only the mouth. Furthermore, you cannot use both Generative Effects for the mouth at the same time.

TikTok filters for mouth modification

Effect House has also launched a new feature called "Look At". This allows 3D objects to be oriented according to the movement of the head or other 3D objects. For example, if there are 3D microphones on the filter, then they can be oriented according to the user's head position.