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    Default Crazy Talk Facial Animation Software

    For instances when you want to animate a still facial picture and have it realistically "talk".

    http://www.reallusion.com/crazytalk/

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    Oh my God - has the world gone mad? What a great piece of software for sfx and larking around for sure - and I want it - but can you actually imagine watching some sales pitch from an updated max headroom avatar and thinknig anything else apart from 'wow that was weird', call me old fashioned but real people look more like real people to me.

    Having said that d loading the trial now - just gotta have a play...

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    Downloaded a pic of the mona lisa and bunged in 30s of Sylvia razzle, then added a few stupid face changes on the timeline and this is what came out...

    Great for gags but I cannot imagine using it instead of a real person.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/Films/Temp/facegag.wmv

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    My 30 second effort.

    HERE

    I'll look at yours tomorrow Mark when I get back on a proper connection.

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    Excellent stuff, both of you.

    Might just prompt me to do a "Director's Cut" of my (in)famous Terminator Cat clip.... "I'll be back!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    Great for gags but I cannot imagine using it instead of a real person.
    Spot on Mark. Inspired choice with the Mona Lisa.

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    Loved the singing lady - the gagtastic potential of this prog are huge, I might do some more befor my 15 days are up - hey I just noticed - did you buy it, I see no watermark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    Downloaded a pic of the mona lisa and bunged in 30s of Sylvia razzle, then added a few stupid face changes on the timeline and this is what came out...

    Great for gags but I cannot imagine using it instead of a real person.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/Films/Temp/facegag.wmv

    Is it wrong of me to have found that voice a bit of a turn on? - did i say that out loud?

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    Looks like a lorra laughs . . if I could work out what to use it for!
    I try to make someone happy every day - but it may not be your turn today . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    ....hey I just noticed - did you buy it, I see no watermark?
    Free off a magazine cover some time ago. I'd forgotton about it completely until I looked again on the comp. Limited to 30 seconds though.

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