There are a wide variety of options when it comes to exporting your work from CrazyTalk Animator. This tutorial will explain everything you’ll need to know about the many different ways you can produce your work, including publishing to the web, image sequences, and 3D stereoscopic output.
As one of the most powerful tools included with CrazyTalk Animator, the Character Composer allows you to customize any of your vector-based or image-based characters in great detail. This tutorial will show you how to do everything from swapping hairstyles and facial features to editing the color of skin, garments, as well as importing in your own media files to make your character truly unique.
In this tutorial, you will know the basic procedure to utilize the body puppeteering panel for character animation. You may know how to select a suitable profile and adjust the motion strength for different body parts in slider control mode.
In this tutorial, you will know how to select or deselect specific body part for motion layering. To apply specific body motion to an existing pose or motion, you may work with the body mask panel to reach the desired result.
In this tutorial, you will know the basic procedure to utilize the body puppeteering panel for character animation. You may know how to use a mouse or handheld device to control the motion by moving the direction vertically and horizontally in different speed.
There are so many different ways to animate your characters in CrazyTalk Animator, so it’s only natural that there are just as many character types to animate! In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the different types of functional characters and the different ways you can assemble them from different elements using the various actor creation options. Become familiar with sprite-based, morph-based, and even hybrid actors!
Ever wanted to take a full-body image of yourself and put it into an animation? While now you can! CrazyTalk Animator allows you to take a full-body photo of yourself, mask out the background, and assign a skeletal structure so you can animate yourself just like any other cartoon character on the screen. Use this tutorial to take a deeper look into how you can do this.
You need to start somewhere right? Use this basic time-line animation tutorial to get a hang of all of the nifty little things you can do by using the time-line. This tutorial will also demonstrate how to create basic animations and manipulate the timing and other various aspects by using the time-line.