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Facial and body motion capture:
Ok does anyone here use it?
I was planning to get a kinect 2v and a webcam Logitech C920 for animation, but the software for face capture is too damn expensive and I don't have that kind of money right now.
Does anyone knows pirated software for facial capture or free alternatives? Because I can't find anything really.
>btw I was planning on using mikumikudance or ipisoft for body animation.
>I seen a blender method for facial capture but is just as hard and time consuming as doing it manually.
vid releated: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WO9W56KcCb8&t=11s
People been saying that this won't really give you any speed boost since you've got to fix every bad frame after that anyway. Might as well do it by hand from start to finish.
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damn I was really not expecting that to be the reality, I was mesmerised by the works of applications like faceware that make it seem so useful, but still for amateur that don't know much about animation it should be ok no?
example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-deiQuGqzs&t=103s
if I could make something of this quality it would be a dream.
I mean, this "quality" is easily achievable, but it's creepy and jerky so I'm not sure why would anyone go for that look.
I only know of this:


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