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Rigging and Recording in Adobe Character Animator

Rigging and Recording in Adobe Character Animator

Rigging and Recording in Adobe Character Animator
Created by Chad Troftgruben | Video: 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 3 hours | Lec: 34 | 1.91 GB | Language: English + Sub .VTT


Learn how to animate characters using your video camera and microphone! No prior animation experience required!

What you'll learn
Properly assemble rigs in Photoshop for Character Animator
Add tags for proper behavior tracking
Add handles for pin, draggable and physics effects
Refine rigs with customizable behaviors
Create Triggers for exposable props
Create Swap Sets for multi-phase items
Add dynamic motions with head turns and walk cycles
Record animation for export

Requirements
A subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud
A webcam for capturing facial motions
A microphone for capturing mouth pose data

Description
Learn how to effectively rig and animate a puppet inside of Adobe Character Animator! With the use of your video camera, microphone and custom behaviors, you can create unique rigs that can be used for business presentations, entertainment and more! Become an animator with no prior knowledge!

More specifically, in this course, you will learn how to:

Layout a Photoshop character for Adobe Character Animator import

Tag layers for lip syncing and facial behaviors

Add special handles such as draggers to allow interactivity with the mouse

Create triggers for hide-able layers

Create Swap Sets for multi-phase layers

Auto lip sync in the application

Lip sync using external audio

Edit recorded actions

Work with backgrounds

Work with multiple puppets

Export animations through Adobe Media Encoder

Who this course is for?
Beginners who are looking to rig and animate a character in Adobe Character Animator

Homepage
https://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/rigging-and-recording-in-adobe-character-animator/




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