CrazyTalk7 is image motion synchronization software. The program lets users have an animated avatar of themselves (or any face/image) representing them and moving along to their speech. Users can import images in BMP, PNG, TGA or JPEG formats and use the program’s character creation utilities to fit an animation wireframe on the face in the image. Theoretically, any face-fitting image can be used, whether 3D or 2D, and any photo subject can be used, from the user’s actual face to a headshot of his cat. A mask editor can be applied as well to alter the image background.
The image can be animated using any of several protocols. One automation protocol follows the user’s voice for lip-synchronization of the image to the speech. Another can be added for specifying what types of vocal tones or volumes trigger particular motions or gestures in the image. Further nuances in animation can be set by selecting a character personality or emotion profiles or triggering expressions and facial muscle movements through mouse gestures. The program can export its results in several formats, from videos in high-res quality to image sequence files.
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