Short animation by radioham ()
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I got a new program called TTS it converts text to a mp3 format you have patterns to suit quite a few tastes
1// Poser 11 pro can not read in mp3 format to make mouth movements
have to convert the file to wave format .. if you convert direct the words are to close together also Poser dose not like to start for a few fames..
So while I convert mp3 to wav i make a space at the start then put a short space between each word
The TTs allows you to make mp3 file of up to 1700 chs. per day it in real time means about 30 words
You will notice that a few of the words just don't sound correct.... to get round this you would need a mike for the PC or Apple... but I have tried my web cam the sound is to bad for Poser picks up the fans and so on.... if you use a mike you would need a program to change your voice... or you would need to get someone to do voice overs for you
The words of the song Ringo can be down loaded Just takes time
Yes I have started to make a new vision far longer but the TTS software takes time
I wish you all luck
Keep safe Keep well
Video Comments (4)
mazzam () 6:51PM | Fri, 23 April 2021
Interesting. But taking speech understanding backwards, one would best translate each word into phonemes and then take each phoneme pair and apply modification to model transition effects and figure out what phonemes would be dropped and then translate the phoneme stream into mouth gestures. Also head movements would be much quicker. Huge amounts of speech and linguistic analysis but far fewer images to make.
RodS () Online Now! 8:17PM | Fri, 23 April 2021
Still, it looks pretty good... It does give one a whole new respect for the work it takes to do stuff like transposing Andy Sirkis's facial expressions and speech patterns onto an animated Gollum character. Good stuff!