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Learn how to record sound that can be used to lip sync in Face Poser.

Posted by Silverfisk on Aug 13th, 2010
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First we download Audacity, then we set up all the preferences required for our sound to be compatible with Face Poser. Then we record a sound file, use noise reduction on it, amplify it, cut it and save it.

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Nawwx
Nawwx Aug 14 2010, 6:30am says:

Thanks, i was beginning with face poser and that was helpful!

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wazanator
wazanator Aug 16 2010, 7:43pm says:

I've been trying to figure out face poser for some time. Glad to see your covering it :)

Perhaps you could do a future tutorial on Sources in game recording tools? Its a real shame to see some people still using fraps to record in game footage. (unless of course there doing a tutorial like you are)

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{}TyPeR_H.S.D.T{} Feb 28 2011, 3:30pm says:

yeah he recording tutorial was help ful but not only you need to know how to do that but you need good microphone too but thanks for the tutorial that helped me :)

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{}TyPeR_H.S.D.T{} Feb 28 2011, 3:32pm says:

hey mayeby i have stupid question :D but can you help me i jsut dont know how to make stupid npcs look at the damn player when they are talking i just hate that im making a mod but i cant make them look at player when they talk can you help me or anyone can help me?

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