Lecture 19 - Part 3 Setting Facial Animation to Sound

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CGS 3034 – Lecture 19 Facial Animation Part 3 Setting animation to sound Introduction to Computer Aided Animation Instructor: Brent Rossen
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Overview – Facial Animation Part 3 Set it to sound
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Open the File Open up the Muffin_phonemes_applied.ma file associated with this lecture So, now we've setup our Muffin for blend shape animation, let's get started with some facial animation
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Import Sound File > Import > ManItsHot.wav Set the end timeline to frame 75 RMB on the Timeline > Sound > HotInHere.wav Go to animation Preferences Set Playback speed to Real-time When working in the lab, you'll need headphones.
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Dock the Blend Shape Window Let's dock the blend shape window Go to the Saved Layouts > Perspective/Outliner Change the Outliner window to blend shape Panels > Panel > Blend Shape
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Focus on the Eyes For lip synch animation try not to focus on the mouth, focus on the eyes first When you're talking to someone, you look at the eyes! So, concentrate your effort there,
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