As part of our latest research work, we have collected and processed one large database, coined 2MF^2. Our dataset includes over 19 million frames of human faces (over 11 thousand videos in total).
Each clip is cropped from a longer video; each clip consists of 500-4,000 frames. Along with each frame, we provide an (automatically obtained) sparse shape of the face (annotated with the popular 68 markup).
A video with indicative frames from several thousand clips is visualized below:
The dataset is provided strictly for academic use. That is, any type of commercial applications are not allowed; please refer to Youtube license for further details.
To obtain access to the database, please follow the instructions mailed back from our gmail account: 2mf2.db[at].
The dataset is described in details in the following publication: “Motion deblurring of faces”, GG Chrysos, P Favaro, S Zafeiriou, International Journal of Computer Vision https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11263-018-1138-7