Greatly simplified lip-sync workflow for FUSE Character Creator models using SALSA with RandomEyes Coming soon in the version 1.3.0 update of our Unity asset, the workflow for Mixamo FUSE models is hugely simplified. Automatic lip-sync can now be added to these highly-detailed models… View More
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Hey lip-sync automation fans! In celebration of making it into the top-10-paid category for Editor Animation extentions, we wanted to do something spontaneous. This past Friday, we wrapped up our first… View More
SALSA with RandomEyes Manuals Available Online We've converted our lip-sync and eye-movement product manuals to an online format. Our hopes are that this change will better facilitate potential… View More
We've been hard at work on some new 1.3 features, and we thought we'd take a minute to show off a couple. In RandomEyes3D custom shapes, we've replaced the [Custom Shape Count] field with an add button that adds one new custom shape per click, and added a new delete button [X] to every custom shape, so you'll have granular control when managing your custom shapes. We've also added a new auto-link button that will automatically link all available BlendShapes. Just above the button, you'll find a check box that, when… View More
I'll admit I was a little skeptical at first. I didn't think its approach to lipsync approximation would be comparable to traditional phoneme-based animation. But it does a fantastic job, and it's much easier to add voiceover to your game. If you're considering adding voiceover, or even just eye focus and facial expressions, look into SALSA.… View More
The response we get from our Unity asset, SALSA with RandomEyes, is kind of funny. People either think, "Wow, that's awesome!" or "Hrmmm, it's OK, but not very accurate." - primarily focusing on the lip-sync aspect of the Unity package. Unfortunately, the group wanting Pixar results doesn't really understand what the asset… View More