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I apologize for my bad English.
I write from Italy and here I did not find any support for your product.
I'm trying your product and do not understand one thing.

I created two scenes, one inside the house and one outside the home.
Currently I have managed to create two separate files.

How do I merge the two files in order to have a single file?

I have to use another program?

Thank you,

Mark.

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I use CrazyTalk Animator 2
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Although you can make entire animations inside a single CrazyTalk Animator project file generally the software is intended as a Scene Editor.

That is you create and animate individual scenes. Export them as video files. Then use video editing software to join the scenes together and add transition effects, titles etc.



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thanks for your kind reply.

Two questions if I may.

1) How can I change the scene within the same project? (I tried to change the scene (background) after 10 seconds but the new scene replaces the former can not do 10 seconds and 10 seconds into home away from home in the same project).

2) I tried to use editing software (Pinacle studio) but the end result (avi) is of very poor quality.

thanks

mark
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"1) How can I change the scene within the same project? (I tried to change the scene (background) after 10 seconds but the new scene replaces the former can not do 10 seconds and 10 seconds into home away from home in the same project). "

For Scene 1, You can place your characters and props in one part of the Stage. Then go to another part of the Stage to place characters and props for Scene 2.

Then use the camera system. For example, frame 90 camera is viewing scene 1. Frame 91, move the camera to scene 2. This will be similar to a "cut".

"2) I tried to use editing software (Pinacle studio) but the end result (avi) is of very poor quality."
I am using Sony Vegas but I think Pinacle should be able to do the same. Maybe you wish to check if you are exporting Uncompressed AVI and in at least the same resolution as the desired final video. The file size is big, but you should be able to get good quality.



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Note also that you can apply only one pre - built "scene" per project.
To create multiple scenes in a single project you have to create each scene by adding one prop at a time building up your scenes.

Jeff


See my CTA Tutorials on the YouTube channel CTAStepByStep
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Thank you so much for the replies.

I am the beginning and my version is a trial version because I have to evaluate the program.

And 'possible to have a video tutorial that explains the concept:

"For Scene 1, You can place your characters and props in one part of the Stage. Then go to another part of the Stage to place characters and props for Scene 2.

Then use the camera system. For example, frame 90 scenes viewing room is 1. Frame 91, move the room to scene 2. This will be similar to a "cut". "

In Italy there is support for CrazyTalk Animator 2?

Thanks and sorry for my bad English,

Mark
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And 'possible to have a video tutorial that explains the concept:

"For Scene 1, You can place your characters and props in one part of the Stage. Then go to another part of the Stage to place characters and props for Scene 2.


Unfortunately due to limited funds, I spend mostly on CTA and iClone programs + content and other VFX related software, so not much funds to purchase screen capture programs for now.

But Jeff from CTAStepbyStep may have a video that would be helpful to you.

In any case, if you are new to CTA, I highly recommend watching his tutorials. It will bring you up to speed very quickly.
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