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Wednesday
May072014

CrazyTalk Animator 2.1 Updates Come with Mac Version

There are several goals we wished to achieve with this new main update. First, we have finally completed the Mac version for CrazyTalk Animator 2 and synced its release with version 2.1 release, so lots of Mac users will be happy about this. Second, we included the popular transparent PNG and AniGIF output, which can be easily exported by copy-and-paste. This greatly stirs up dynamic content usage for presentations, web design, emails and social activities in forums and instant messaging. Also, as promised Reallusion has brought back the highly-acclaimed motion blending and image masking features, and make them more powerful. Character designers can also find lots of new features to make G2 avatar creation process easier and faster. This new 2.1 update also includes numerous usability enhancements and performance improvements to make CrazyTalk Animator an awesome tool!

What’s New in 2.1 V

  • Instantly Copy-Paste PNG & Animated GIF
  • Enhanced Render Style Panel
  • Dynamic Text Bubbles
  • Empowered Motion Clip Blending
  • Enhancement Over Character Composer
  • Enhanced Mask Editor for Character and Prop Composer
  • Supports Windows 64-bit Version
  • Mac Version is Now Available

 

CrazyTalk Animator 2.1 for Mac &PC

 

CrazyTalk Animator 2 Demo Reel

 

 

 

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