Posted 06 September 2012 - 10:58 AM
Thanks for the video. I just spent a couple of hours in Papagayo and using your converter (all works like a charm, BTW, Thanks!) and learning some of the idiosyncrasies of the program by trial and error before finding the video. This is a TON easier than hand sequencing singing mouths like I did last year. I'd say I spent 16+ hours per song last year and just did 90% of the work on "This is Halloween" in about an hour! The one thing that is a little nicer about my hand sequenced pieces, though, is that I built most of the phonemes with ramps before and after so the animation looks more fluid. I was wondering, BobO, oh master of clipboard manipulation, if there might be any interest in a "blur sequence" app? You would copy a regular on-off sequence to the clipboard, switch to the blur app, put in a blur amount, say .2 secs, the app would replace the first and last .2 seconds of each "on" and replace them with ramps up and down, then the new clip is pasted back into LOR. I'm sure it's a much bigger task than what I'm imagining, but it’s the kind of feature I'd be willing to pay for... as I will the converter if you decide to charge for it after the evaluation period is up. Thanks so much for the incredible work!