This shows how to use Compositions feature to test how well your artwork is prepared for animation. In this example I will be testing various mouth shapes prepared for lipsync.
Many people love Papagayo-NG because of its support for various languages. But what if you want to synchronize text in a language that not supported yet? Also, things might get even more complicated if you get a phrase with words from different language (i.e. some English-speaking character says word in Russian). This is where Pidgin […]
The new version of Papagayo-NG is available for download now! This version introduces an optimized waveform drawing (thanks to Stefan Murawski) and fixes some breakdowns to work with Python 3 and Linux AppImages. Get source code | View revision history
The new version of Papagayo-NG is available for download now! This version introduces a volume control (thanks to Stefan Murawski) and fixes important issues of Linux AppImages (breakdowns and dictionaries now loaded correctly, dragging of words and phonemes also fixed). Get source code | View revision history
I am happy to announce the release of Papagayo-NG 1.4.0 – a new version and new name of Papagayo lipsync software. With this release we are rebranding our version of Papagayo to Papagao-NG, thus indicating it as completely independent from the version provided by Lost Marble. The new release 1.4.0 is shipped as installer for […]
In the context of our work on the new episode of Morevna we have asked our developer Ivan Mahonin to implement an integration of Synfig Studio with Papagayo lipsync software. This feature is ready now and available in the latest development builds of Synfig. We have recorded a quick video tutorial to demonstrate it in […]
Following by a previous tutorial about making lipsync using Papagayo, here is another one showing how to apply lipsync data to Blender model. We have made a special version of official Papagayo Lipsync addon, which implements a special approach for adding lipsync animation to your models. With this approach you use a Pose Library to […]
Terry Hancock from the Lunatics project made a tutorial showing how to use our build of Papagayo to create lipsync animation. Enjoy!
For a long time we have received many requests to provide Papagayo packages for Windows. I am aware about the Papagayo 2.0 bump from original developers, and I am considering to port the changes of our custom version of Papagayo into their version as soon as possible. Unfortunately, right now I’m busy with other priorities, […]
I am happy to announce that we have made a small update to our Papagayo packages, which fixes the issue with FPS settings value. In previous versions FPS value was internally messed up when you load a new audio file, which was leading to incorrect syncronization results. This update have no other changes and is recommended […]