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What is included in Cartoon Creator 4 content

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I was wondering where I can find out what content is supposed to be included in Cartoon Creator 4 pipeline. Judging from the preview animations and some screen captures of other users I was under the impression that besides other things, it included the cool looking jack of spades playing card whose face turns around, a little husky dog and possibly the crazy looking chicken. I would love those figures, but my ca4 pipeline came without them, though it did include other figures really nice figures.
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Hi...

Sadly the Playing Card and other characters you mention are not included as default content. The dog you are looking for might be the one in the pack HERE.

In terms of new content for Cartoon Animator 4, you should have the new main G3 360 characters, Martha, Phillip, Red, Roger and Ted (3 angles of each).

The Miscellaneous new characters are shown below:

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/342c11ab-165c-4c08-a6dd-b03f.png

The Animals included are:

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/5dc56060-d56a-4f35-bdcd-2e75.png

And the new Free Bone characters are:

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/1a8a9bfc-462d-4907-9d45-6786.png

In addition, if you have installed the Resource Pack and the Bonus pack you will have the previous CTA3 G3 & G2 characters.


                                                                

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Hello, I'm new to this. I have Crazy Talk Standard. How to I ad a cartoon voice to my subjects. Do I need addition real illusion software to make it more simple.

Many thanks if anyone can advise me.
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Hi Maggi

Which product do you have? In our current line-up we have CrazyTalk 8, Cartoon Animator 4 and previously CrazyTalk Animator 3.

In all three products you can add a voice in one of four ways. You can record your own voice, load a saved audio file, use text to speech, or by using a previously saved voice script.

However, if you want a specific voice style you will really need to find someone who is good with voices to record the audio, or you could try using some voice changing software like MorphVox.

                                                                

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Thank you very much for replying Peter. I'm trying to add a cartoon type voice to a dog. I have Crazy Talk Standard which I am trying to teach myself. Is it worth me upgrading to Crazy Talk Pro or should I stick to the standard. Its the type of voice that I'm really interested in adding.

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CrazyTalk 8 Standard features a basic timeline which only allows one voice script per project. You may find this limiting. The standard version also doesn't allow you to create custom 3D characters but if you only intend to work with 2D characters that won't be a problem.

If you upgrade to Pro or Pipeline you will have access to the more advanced timeline which allows multiple voice scripts and you will be able to create custom 3D characters. However, there is no difference in the way voice scripts are created. You still have the same options I mentioned in my previous reply in all versions.

                                                                

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By the way, thanks. This was very helpful.



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