This is so wonderful. I was telling Jon about it just now, and he said anyone who worked at R&etc of course would be talented. He didn't get it exactly.
Thanks, Sally!I'm glad you liked him. I feared I was pushing my luck by using a toucan (as opposed to something more human). I think the phonetics class I took in college finally came in handy!
Namowal!!! Oh my God!!!I love this!I could NEVER figure out how to procure voices from your source. Are you using a Mac or a PC?
namowal, this sounds really weird, but the first time I saw a mouse that I had animated talking--I mean, saying a sentence-- (he was worked into a video with real people), I was absolutely transfigured. I felt like GOD or something. This was only a month or two ago and I don't feel like God anymore, but I did at that instant.
Ok! Ok! You're tropical already!This is a hoot...It was taking a little bit to load so I got up to stretch and while I was standing in the next room I heard your bird's repeated affirmation of his origins!My kids and I got a big kick out of it.Thanks for posting---You're making great progress...
Thanks, Linda. *blush*I'm using a P.C. The voice source works like this: when I hit the "Say it" button I get the option to open or save a Quicktime file of the speech. On my machine Quicktime opens automatically each time.I understand what you mean about the talking mouse. Once I got Terrance to talk I thought Wow! I made a "real" cartoon!Thanks Walterworld. I'm glad you and your kids liked him. That makes me happy.
Oh OK. You must have QuickTime Pro (?) which I lost when I got my "real" computer back. I can't wait to use those voices. When will we get to see another? I'm not pushy, am I?
Hi Linda,I have Quicktime version 5.I'm flattered you want to see another one. It's in progress- I had a lot of errands today so I didn't get time to work on it. Hopefully I'll have something tomorrow.
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