Lip Sync For 2D Animation In FlashTricks, Tips And TechniquesLip Sync For 2D Animation In Flash11 months ago in Personal More Like This
Shortcuts To Make Your Own Dialogue Driven Animation
Adding high quality lip sync to your animation can be easy. Applying these techniques is 90% organization.
The hardest part about lip sync in 2d is finding and then setting up the right tools for your film. I worked in with both Flash and After Effects to find the simplest method for me to animate a lot of dialogue. Flash CS4 won out due to the flexibility of the lip syncing tools.
I'd like to show you a couple of images and menus that I'm using to animate my short. These steps will get you set up to animate your own dialogue.
A. Setting Up The Imagery
Diagram A-1. The composite i
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