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CrazyTalks Animator 3 Eye Glasses Animation Tutorial

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Hi,

Is there any tutorial on how to animate the eyeglasses with the face in crazytalk animator 3?
Please help.
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You can animate them as you would any prop.
How do you want to animate them?

Jeff



See my CTA Tutorials on the YouTube channel CTAStepByStep
Check out EZColors for CTA. The easy way to change Render Styled (RS) colors.

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What kind of animation do you want?
If you just want to eyeglasses animate with a face, you just add eyeglasses as an accessory and using Face Puppet to animate your face animation.
If you would like to deform eyeglasses, you can use Prop Key Editor to rotate or transform or Deform eyeglasses.

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Same problem experienced by me before.  When the face moves, the glasses stay put. It does not look natural.
The only solution I guess can work is to adjust it ourselves frame by frame.
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Same problem experienced by me before.  When the face moves, the glasses stay put. It does not look natural.
The only solution I guess can work is to adjust it ourselves frame by frame.
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Did you attach the glasses to the head?
When you first add a prop to a character the default attach point is a hand.

Jeff


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Yes Jeff.  The result is still unsatisfactory. 
The same goes with the eyebrows.  Btw, I'm talking about attaching things to the morphed head.
Thks.
  
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You can tell us your issue, I could give you some suggestion.




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