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    If you have feet then modes 2 or 3 is much more accurate for 3/4 for getting the overall body scaling and crop point the same for every image than mode 1.

    Say for example, 2 people have the same size head but one person is 5′ 3 and the other is 6′ 5″. The feet would be in much different spots with mode 1. Even when placing the feet off canvas like you are, the crop location would end up in different spots for different people.

    Another thing is the young children have a larger head to body height ratio than older kids. Heads grow first, then bodies next. Think about toddlers. They are like bobble heads with giant heads compared to the rest of the body. Then the body catches up later in life. So if you are batching different age groups with the same template then the different age groups will scale differently with mode 1. Modes 2 or 3 compensates by also scaling to the feet.

    So, if you have feet in the cutouts, modes 2 or 3 is what I would use for that example you posted.

    Have you watched this video all the way through?

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