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I Love CrazyTalk6, but...

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...it seems that this program is being left to wither and all attention is on Animator and the rest. Is that true? I really like what I'm able to do with CrazyTalk6 and wish they would continue to develop more content for it! Maybe there's more out there that I just haven't been able to find? For example, there were some greeting card templates for CT4 - but are not compatible with CT6.
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CrazyTalk 6 is a fully useable product and perfect for those who only need talking heads rather than full body animation. However CrazyTalk Animator is the next evolution in the CrazyTalk series and this is where future development will take place.

If you have found that you are finding CT6 limited then you may be interested in upgrading to CTA which can do everything CrazyTalk 6 can plus a lot more. And as CTA uses a drag and drop interface you may find it much easier to add your own content as any image can be a character or prop element.

Why not take a look at the CrazyTalk Animator page HERE to see if it is better for your needs. Smile

                                                                

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I've taken many second and third looks at CT Animator - but not having a graphics background, and having found the training materials for CT6 fairly complex and hard to grasp, I'm concerned that animator may be out of my league. It's unfortunate they can't support and continue to develop two platforms for different types of users. Maybe one day I will be brave enough to attempt animator, but until then...
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CrazyTalk Animator has many more advanced features than CrazyTalk 6 but you don't need to use these advanced features until you are ready for them.

You can still do everything you did in CT6 but in a much easier to use environment. For example you can simply drag and drop any image you have and it becomes a prop or scenery element in CTA. Very easy to do. Likewise creating heads is done in almost exactly the same way as CT6 so no learning curve there. Smile

                                                                

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What about documentation/training? Any better with Animator?
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There are now a large number of video tutorials available for CTA that cover just about every aspect of the software. There are beginners introductions and more advanced tutorials so a good mix. Also the online help guide is constantly updated to cover new features as they are added. Smile

                                                                

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