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Add animation to your photographs

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: February 09, 2013

By STEPHEN SINFIELD

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REALLUSION, the award-winning leader of 3D and 2D Cinematic tools, has released CrazyTalk7, a new and innovative digital media application that allows users to create animated talking characters from any digital photograph.

You can bring any face to life with CrazyTalk7’s simple face-fitting guide, and then use your own voice to puppet your actor’s performance in real-time.

The software, through its innovative auto-motion technology, features voice-driven animation tools that help users create high quality animations in just a few minutes.

It offers advanced auto animation and key editing functions that enable users to generate more natural, elaborate and life-like animations.

You can choose from various performance styles to set a unique personality to your character and then make your character speak your audio with lip-sync, complete with head, eyes and facial expressions.

Features include:

 Turning any image into a talking head.

 Auto-lip-syncing with a human voice.

 Auto motion technology analyses the tones in your voice to automatically generate head and facial movement.

 Custom facial puppeteering — control facial expressions, head movements, eyes and mouth tempo with direct mouse puppeteering.

 Quickly get started with hundreds of helpful assets that inspire, teach and assist.

 Overlay specific facial expressions from the library and save your edits in your custom motion clip library for future use.

 Export videos or images in different sizes and ratios.

 Free online video tutorials, manuals and forum help.

 CrazyTalk7 is available for Windows PC and Mac, in standard version at £29.99 and Pro version at £109.99

 For more information visit: www.reallusion.com 
 Free trial versions for Windows PC and Mac users are also available for download at: www.reallusion.com/
crazytalk/trial.aspx

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