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- December 29, 2019 at 9:44 AM #72034022raskolnikov41Participant
If I needed to add an animated and talking head to a video I shot what is the best way to go about that? Basically, I’d just need to replace the person’s real head with an animated one and then get the “lips” to move with the words. Is this possible using Final Cut Pro or do I need to use Adobe? If Adobe software is the better route, what would I need? Premier and Animate or Illustrator? I have no idea how this is done and whether it is difficult to do or not. Please help!
- January 1, 2020 at 12:33 AM #72034225RockyParticipant
Check out Reallusion “Crazy Talk Animator”
- January 21, 2020 at 3:39 PM #72036577namanjohnson101Participant
Most all videos, especially gaming videos have that short 5 second intro animation which is usually just something as simple as the youtubers name is large and cool/crazy/colourful font along with a graphic that bounces or spins around just to intro the video and say who/what you are watching.stories
Also a lot of people (again gamers) also have their name across the bottom of their inset webcam image, so you always know who u are watching during the video.
Is there software to easily put that together or is that the kind of thing to need to hire people with the graphic design/animation skills to do?
- March 13, 2020 at 3:59 PM #72042846catrionacollinsParticipant
Animation has an incredible potential for storytelling, narration while written words or stories lack to grab instant attention. A short span animation captures instant attention of the audience and it takes fewer efforts to turn an audience into a potential customer. There are plenty of types; animation has evolved into but 2D animation, 3D animation, Whiteboard animation, etc are the business oriented forms of animation.
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