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Wrestling with the Snake - My Experiments with Python

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Exerlent work there Mike, lots of good info to check as well.

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You create magic. Can you share the source?


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Great job Mike!

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Nice and definitely cool applications that would save (at least when creating Python script is done) a lot of manual work...


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Some last stuff with Robby and a discussion about source code.






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Okay, some more experiments with the latest Python version.  Here I show how someone can use a third party freeware program, Papagayo, to generate visemes and then use them in iClone.

When we were doing our show for Fox we used this approach exclusively to do all our lip sync in the 2D animation program Anime Studio/Moho, and it worked well.  It seems to work well in iClone, although I won't be using it (because I like using LiveFace and the iPhone X -- that way I get all the natural expressions, too).  However, for folks without LiveFace or Faceware this might be a viable alternative.

(And sorry for being so sleepy -- I got to bed REAL early last night, but woke up about 3am and thought I'd do this before I fell back asleep)






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And we're back with a very quick shot with the new functionality to load image maps into our texture channels.

This solves a big problem I have with Anima so that's great, but it might give some of you ideas for other things:






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