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Hi
I am animating a cartoon tiger in 2D. When the tiger is speaking his mouth is moving in an OK fashion but the background around him is bending and moving as well. How do I stop this?
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Hi...

To stop this happening you need to mask out the background and optionally replace it with separate background image. You can use your own background image or one from the CrazyTalk library.

You can do this either in CrazyTalk itself or you can remove the background from all your source images in an image editor first.

Please see the manual page below which explains these options.

https://manual.reallusion.com/CrazyTalk_8/ENU/Default.htm#Resources/CT8/04_Talking_Image/Creating_a_Face_From_a_Photo/Editing_the_Background_Mask.htm


                                                                

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Thanks very much for your advice Peter.



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