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So i started with a folder of men's facial images in a folder. I then used Studio Artist to inverse warp them all to a standard head shape. I then loaded the inverse warp3d standardized head movie as a source movie in Studio Artist. I then used the Temporal Displace effect to time displace into the standardized head source movie. The blocks were randomly generated using the Random Block Exchange ip op effect, with the Grid Fill with Random Source Palette option for the Exchange parameter.
You can also use GalleryShow to do it, and then you don't need to load a source movie file. I've added some new features recently to make stack filtering super easy to do in Gallery Show.