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Is there any way to have interaction with the animation for the viewer?

Posted By gkscoot 2 Years Ago
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I am not holding my breath here, but is there any way to process a mouse click on an object?

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Crazytalk Animator 3 doesn't include options for adding interactivity as exports are in video or image form only. However you might find Cloud Animator is a better choice for what you are trying to achieve.

Please see below for more information.

https://www.reallusion.com/cloudanimator/


                                                                

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Thanks Peter!



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