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Lip Sync Pro

Item #: 9205 | Grades 3-12

Give your characters a voice with Stop Motion Pro's new stand-alone lip sync tool! Lip Sync Pro provides you with a simple and way to animate mouths in sync with voice actors.

Lip Sync Pro is a software application for planning ("breaking down") dialogue for animation. Breaking down dialogue before filming means you can save time and focus on your character's performance.

Voice actors record your clay character's lines, then using Lip Sync Pro, simply sync the voice to the corresponding mouth shapes.

Check out this short overview of Lip Sync Pro:

Features include:
  • Make your characters talk with accurate lip sync
  • An easy to use interface gets you up and running fast.
  • Fully integrated with Stop Motion Pro software
  • Use the preset mouth templates or create your own.
  • Easy to use mouse or keyboard shortcuts to select mouth shapes.
  • Ability to add comments to any frame.
  • Import and export in the Stop Motion Pro X-Sheet prompt tool format.
  • Generate “rotoscope” video files with text overlays to help you animate.
  • Create storyboards for planning your animations
  • Multiple ways of working, which means you can master lip sync quickly and easily.

Compatible with Microsoft Vista, XP and Windows 7.

Click on the Downloads button to download a free trial or click on the Demo button to see Lip Sync Pro in action!
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, 1.8 + Ghz CPU, 1 GB + meg RAM, 10 Gig hard drive space. Can work on an intel MAC if Apple bootcamp and a version of Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 is installed.
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