Image Quality Specifications

Image Properties

Image Property

Recommended Specification


File Type


Supported file types for 2D Garment Fitting

File Size

Ideal size is 500 KB or less
(limit is 20 MB)

Images with large file size tend to affect site performance

Image Width

1500 to 2500 pixels wide

Images smaller than the recommended baseline will appear blurry or pixelated


Up to 60 MP (megapixel)

Image resolution can be calculated by multiplying the dimensions of the image and dividing the product by 1 million

Color Mode


Supported color mode

Color Profile


The images will not look good on devices if the color profile is not sRGB

Avatar Quality Specifications

Subject Requirements


  • Images should be in portrait mode.


  • Long hair must be at the back of the body. The shoulders and collarbones must be fully visible.

  • Hair must not cover the face of the model.

  • The model’s hair should be gathered together. Hair strands floating around the image are not permissible. Try the best to avoid capturing the model under windy conditions.

  • For images showing the model’s back, the hair must be tied to a bun or placed on the side to the front.

Location & Background

  • Studio shoot is highly recommended. It must be ensured that lighting conditions are optimal if they decide to capture images outdoors.

  • Plain background (with higher contrast to the model) is recommended for segmentation purposes. The model should be the only object visible in the image.


  • Lighting should be symmetrical, showing a stark contrast to define the outlines of the model.

  • Minimize shadows and shades on the model. The skin must be even throughout the body.

Detailed lighting and camera settings will be available soon.

Initial Garment Specifications

This specification defines and illustrates the recommended garments that the model can wear during photo shooting. Initial garments depend on the desired outfit presentation, whether it is a full outfit (from tops and bottoms) or partial outfit (tops or bottoms)

Before selecting a set of initial garments, refer to the Garment 2D Input Data Specifications to check if they match the types of clothing that will be fitted to the avatar (e.g. swimwear, active wear, sleeveless dresses/tops, and so on).




Full Outfit

  • types in bold denote recommended garments


  • For women, underwear that matches the skin tone of the model is recommended for best results. For men, black or any dark/dull color is recommended.

  • Plain & seamless underwear is also preferred over lacy or printed.

  • Must be as skin tight as possible.


List of Acceptable Bra Types

  • Strapless

  • Stick-on

  • Bandeau

List of Acceptable Panties

  • String

  • Thong

  • Tanga

  • Brazilian


  • Brief

  • Trunks

  • Boxer brief

Partial Outfit

Option A

  • If only upper garments should be fitted (e.g. shirts, blouses, t-shirts, etc.), the model must wear tight- fitting lower garment (e.g. pants, skirts, shorts, etc.)

  • It is not possible to have the upper garment tucked for this option. (Always untucked)

We recommend to photo shoot the model for full outfit presentation and virtually fit the pants.

Option B

  • If only lower garments should be fitted (e.g. trousers, skirts, shorts etc.), the model must wear tight fitting upper garment (e.g. shirts, blouses, t-shirts, etc.).

  • It is not possible to have the upper garment pulled out for this option. (Always tucked in)

We recommend to photo shoot the model for full outfit presentation and virtually fit the pants.


  • Models can wear shoes that comply with the following specifications:

    • Straps and shoelaces must not be floating around the image. They should be attached to the shoe.

    • Simple and plain shoes, showing a clear outline of the feet are recommended.

Pose Specifications

Processable Poses

  • Generally, the pose of a model should meet the following specifications:

    • The pose must be static. The model is standing in front of the camera.

    • The torso (from the bust to the waist) should always face the camera, resembling the frontal product image of the garment.

    • All body parts must be fully visible, showing a clear outline/shape of the human body.

  • Specifically, we categorize these poses depending on their accuracy when garments are fitted to them using our technology:



Avatar Pose

Avatar Pose with Outfit

Straight A Pose

  • The head is straight and not tilted.

  • Extremities are symmetrical from left to right.

  • The arms are straight and is separated from the torso, maintaining a safe distance.

  • Legs are not spread out too much, maintaining a safe distance between them.

  • Both feet are positioned forward.

  • All body parts are visible and show a clear outline.

Minor Bends & Tilt

  • The head is slightly tilted but the neck is still visible

  • Arms are slightly bent. Although the left & right arms can be a bit asymmetrical, it still needs to be aligned.

  • Slight bend on the waist and hips making one side a bit more prominent.

  • All body parts are still visible and shows a clear outline.

Arms closer to the body

  • The upper arms are not completely covered by the chest and lower arms maintain a distance between the thighs.

  • All body parts are still visible and shows a clear outline.

In order to support backside garment fitting (1) a full shot of the model facing backwards needs to be provided, still adhering to the specifications stated above and (2) product images of the garments' backside.

Not Processable Poses

  • The following poses cannot be used for fitting:

Side view

Arms covering the torso

Arms raised upwards

Hidden arms/hands

Active shots