Video Production

Cartoon Animator

Cartoon Animator 4 ( previously known as CrazyTalk Animator) is a 2D computer animation software program made for both ease of access and efficiency. You can turn images into animated avatars, control characters with motion capture, create lip-sync computer animation from sound, complete 3D parallax scenes, generate 2D visual effects, gain access to web content resources, as well as possess a detailed photoshop pipeline to swiftly personalize avatars for videos.

  • Quickly Transform a 2D Face into a 3D Head Talking Avitar
  • Enhanced Sprite-based Head System for Head
  • MoCap For 2d Animation
  • Perform-to-animate 2d Cartoons
  • Synchronous Full-body Motion Capture
  • Effortless Upper-Body Live Performance
  • Increase Productivity with Multi-pass Recording

Head Developer

3D Head Creator of Cartoon Animator 4 changes 2D art into 3D styled characters with as much as 360 degrees of movement for deeply rich efficiencies. Photoshop integration for editing multi-angle characters in and out of 3D Head Creator.

You can customize them with distinct characters from a ton of facial templates, utilizing totally interchangeable facial parts to set up a character. G2+ has even more boosted G2 heads, offering smoother animated results by utilizing Free Kind Contortion in between expressions, needing a very little amount of sprites.
You can create morph-based characters from 2d photos, allowing users to produce smooth facial animations and talking expressions by changing the images.

Produce hybrid avatars by integrating morph-based heads with vector-based cartoon bodies. Put lips on any avatar utilize the lip-sync talking animation feature.

Animate in Less than 10 Seconds

  • Do complex animations by using pre-animated motion clips.
  • Easily blend and edit motions in the Timeline.
  • Add character motions from a vast motion library or Content Store.
  • Converting 3D motions into 2D animations.
Cartoon Animator Example-Pieology

Example of a scene created in Cartoon Animator

Intuitive IK/FK Character Animation

A simple and functional design sets Cartoon Animator apart from other 2D Animation tools. The intuitive IK / FK system auto-switches so that character posing for animation is fluid and logical. Just lock the character feet for perfect non-sliding foot contact, and lock the character hands for precise interaction with props and scenes.

Hand Pose Editor & Natural Gesture Selections

Access a library of bone-hand pose options, which includes reaching, holding, counting, sign languages, and casual ones. Set hand pose keys in the timeline for smooth gesture animation and alternate palm facing via Hand Flip track.

Cartoon Animator Motion Key Editing

  • Sample Motion Clip helps to turn a recorded motion clip to keys for further editing choose to Optimize Keys for reduced key frames
  • Specify the sampling range to Selected Parts and simplify keyframe editing along with timeline performance.
  • Use Collect Clip to turn selected keys into a motion clip for further use

Curve-based Motion Key Editor for G3 & G3 360 Characters

  • FK and IK pose editing for all G3 & G3 360 bone-based characters. By combining pose keys with motion curves
  • you can instantly create professional cartoon animation results in seconds.

2D Motion Key Editor – Body IK & FK Control

  • 3 Modes to set character animation keys: Pose Transform Body Sprites and Face.
  • Use Pose mode with IK editing for character posing; use the Body and Face modes with FK editing for keyframing and motion layering.
  • Select individual or multiple body parts to puppeteer by dragging your mouse cursor around the editing area.

Body Puppeteering

Use a mouse or any other handheld device to create a character’s body animation. Simply select the body parts and puppet behavior, and control the animation as you playback or record in real-time.

Learn more about Cartoon Animator 4 here.

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