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Хотите сделать собственный мультфильм? Хотите оживлять фотки и шутить над друзьями? Хотите вести свою передачу анонимно, заставляя говорить любое изображение? Тогда этот урок для вас! Вы узнаете как, буквально в три клика, заставить говорить любую вещь на фотке или картинке, в программе Adobe After Effects при помощи скрипта Auto-Lip Sync от компании mamoWorld (http://mamoworld.com/tools/auto-lip-sync). Хотя это действительно лишь скрипт, у него есть свой мощный, но простой интерфейс, который сразу поднимает из разряда простых скиптов в плагины. Вообщем смотрите урок, я думаю он будет интересен многим из вас, да и по правде мы получали множество просьб раскрыть эту тему. Ах, да! Чуть не забыл! Все материалы, о которых говориться в уроке, вы можете скачать прямо здесь, ниже окошка видео. Там все все все!

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With Auto Lip-Sync you can create a mouth that automatically animates according to your voice recording.

Automatic Animation Fully automatic movement of the mouth — no need for keyframes

Step by Step Wizard The step by step wizard guides you though the process.

Mouth Interior Animation Optional animation of teeth and tongue — fully automatic and easy to adjust.

Fine Tuning Easy and quick fine-tuning on top of the automatic animation: Control with convenient slider controls how wide the mouth opens and how it deforms, adjust the shape of the opened or closed mouth and set markers at points where you feel the mouth should have more of an O-shape.

Auto Lip-Sync tutorials

Build Me Some Hope: Using MamoWorld’s Auto Lip-Sync

Behind The Scenes: What my Dog Thinks About Creative Cloud

How to create a talking car in After Effects

Talking Tree with Auto Lip-Sync — Easy Lip-Sync in AE

User Interface:

James (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by James (not verified) on Fri, 09/13/2013 — 15:35

Can you please make a tutorial how to create a similar Project like «A Bagels Life by Aaron Waller» with moving eyes?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Fri, 09/20/2013 — 10:55

thank you for this suggestion. I will put it on my list for tutorial ideas.

For blinking eyes, you can check out the tutorial for the change at marker 2D iExpression:

Bas van den Big. (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Bas van den Big. (not verified) on Thu, 09/19/2013 — 16:29

I’m getting a message saying I can update my 1.01 version of Auto-Lip-Sync to 1.03 by going to the website. However, I can’t seem to find how? Will I have to buy the update or is it free for registered users?

Bas van den Biggelaar

Bas van den Big. (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Bas van den Big. (not verified) on Fri, 09/20/2013 — 09:35

Permalink Submitted by admin on Fri, 09/20/2013 — 10:51

Hi Bas, its a free update. To install it, you can simply download and install the trial from here:

Your existing license will automatically be determined such that it turns into the full version.

Jo McNeill (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Jo McNeill (not verified) on Thu, 10/31/2013 — 11:22

Hi I downloaded the auto-lip-sync to try. I have a stop frame animation with a moving mouth and a soundtrack to go with it. Just now the mouth opens and closes but not in sync. How do I work out the timing if the mouth already moves?

Gregg (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Gregg (not verified) on Tue, 12/17/2013 — 22:47

The three masks re not getting creating in the animation layer. V1.03. I got the masks once, but I have tried a very simple mouth rig with very little warps several times and they won’t show under the layer.

What am missing?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Mon, 01/13/2014 — 17:02

Amir (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Amir (not verified) on Sat, 05/17/2014 — 17:12

Hi, if my footage is already smiling with open mouth and teeth, how can I animate it thru the plug in?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Sat, 05/17/2014 — 21:34

in the first step, with the «Straighten Mouth Liquify» effect, you need to get rid of the smile and make sure the mouth is a straight line. When forming the final mouth shapes later, you can reintroduce the smile. For the teeth, you need to create new teeth on a layer below the actual mouth.

Amir (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Amir (not verified) on Sat, 05/17/2014 — 23:58

Thanks, but what if my mouth is like in this photo:

I can’t really straighten/reintroduce it.

Is there any solution for this?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Sun, 05/18/2014 — 07:38

Then better choose another footage or experiment with any other warping or painting technique in AE to make the mouth look closed before applying Auto Lip-Sync.

Chris (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Chris (not verified) on Thu, 07/10/2014 — 20:45

How can I do a 3/4 view of a mouth? When I applied the plugin, it looks like the character is talking from the side of his mouth.

Permalink Submitted by admin on Fri, 07/11/2014 — 07:08

3/4 view is complicated.

Depending on how much the head is visible from the side do the following: If both ends of the mouth are still visible, just try to shape the open and closed mouth in step 3 and 4 of Auto Lip-Sync such that it looks good. Don’t hesitate to heavily deform the mouth shape.

If one corner of the mouth is not visible anymore, in addition do what is shown for a mouth visible from the side in this tutorial:

Permalink Submitted by admin on Fri, 07/11/2014 — 07:15

Joseph (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Joseph (not verified) on Tue, 07/15/2014 — 15:56

Does the LIp-Sync program work with any audio file format? Also can you make a short tutorial with two people talking using the program.

Permalink Submitted by admin on Tue, 07/15/2014 — 17:37

yes, Auto Lip-Sync works with any audio format supported by After Effects, also with the audio track of a video, for example.

To create a dialog of two people talking, the main thing you need to understand is that Auto Lip-Sync always uses all audio that is currently audible when you run it. This means if you have the voices of the two people on two separate audio files, you just need to mute person B when creating the mouth of person A and vice versa.

If you have the voice of both people in the same audio file, I recommend to duplicate the audio layer and keyframe the audio levels of it such that only one of them is audible (i.e. set to silence where the other person is talking).

Joseph (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Joseph (not verified) on Wed, 07/16/2014 — 00:44

Thanks a lot. Also one more question. I did my first conversion. But the markers aren’t doing anything to make the O and other sounds. Any suggestions. I did move the masks around some. I tried playing with the Effect Controls and still nothing.

Permalink Submitted by admin on Wed, 07/16/2014 — 07:47

please make sure that

  • you set markers on this layer, not composition markers,
  • the slider «additional O-Shape at markers» has a value that is large enough,
  • the O-Shape deformation effect is not disabled

If all of this doesn’t help, please send me the project to info@mamoworld.com and I will take a look.

Mike (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Mike (not verified) on Fri, 07/18/2014 — 17:02

Is it possible to replace an audio track after the rig has already been set up? I have a character that shows up in multiple scenes, I would love to rig her head only one time.

Thanks for a great plugin!

Permalink Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/19/2014 — 09:33

yes, here is a tutorial that shows how to do this:

S Batt (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by S Batt (not verified) on Fri, 09/12/2014 — 16:36

How do you control facial expressions with Auto Lipsync? eg: smiling, fretting, etc. Also, it would be nice to include some screen shots of the interface on this page (might have made my question redundant). Many thanks

Permalink Submitted by admin on Fri, 09/12/2014 — 17:05

For facial expressions you best add additional warp effects (like Mesh Warp or Liquify) on top of Auto Lip-Sync.

To keep everything clean and organized, I recommend to apply such additional effects on a separate adjustment layer on top of the Auto Lip-Sync layer.

If you keyframe the distortion mesh of Mesh Warp or Liquify, you can transition from one expression to another one.

Anonymous (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/12/2014 — 18:21

Thank you for replying so quickly, and for the tip. Are there any plans to introduce a slider control for curving the mouth up or down at the ends? So as to allow for basic control over the mood of the character during speech. I’m sure such a feature would be of interest to many of your customers (and potential customers).

Permalink Submitted by admin on Sat, 09/13/2014 — 09:12

Mike (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Mike (not verified) on Fri, 09/19/2014 — 22:45

Can you easily swap in a new audio track for the same character, or do you need to go through all the re-morphing the mouth stuff EVERY time you get a new audio track, even if the head has not changed? I don’t see a way to have it reanalyze my audio? thanks!

Permalink Submitted by admin on Sat, 09/20/2014 — 08:16

Eugene (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Eugene (not verified) on Thu, 10/23/2014 — 08:46

I’ve faced a problem «Could not run the AE menu command to convert audio to keyframes». How to fix it?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Thu, 10/23/2014 — 08:54

Anonymous (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/13/2018 — 13:33

the same problem, AE CC

Permalink Submitted by admin on Tue, 03/13/2018 — 15:27

which user interface language are you running Ae with and which version of Auto Lip-Sync are you using? The more details I know, the better I am able to help.

Sébastien (not verified)

Permalink Submitted by Sébastien (not verified) on Mon, 12/15/2014 — 17:11

This software is amazing, but I’m trying to work out how to do something.

I’ve already made my stop motion film, before I even found out about this software. Now I’m trying to see if there is an easy way to have multiple instances running simultaneously so I can take 1 scene and have the 2-3 characters talking between each other? Also when the camera zooms in, how do I make the mouth stay the same size in relation to the character (a Lego minifig) ie using tracking?

Permalink Submitted by admin on Mon, 12/15/2014 — 21:06

if your mouth is moving, best apply Auto Lip-Sync in a stabilized precomp, as shown in this tutorial:

The tutorial shows how to create a stabilized precomp with MochaImport+, but you can do the same also with MaskTracker+ if you prefer.

If you rather want to move the mouth manually instead of tracking, you should also be able to apply Auto Lip-Sync to an adjustment layer on top of your footage and keyframe the position, scale and rotation of the adjustment layer. But usually, the tracking approaches give better results.

Auto Lip-Sync always considers all audio that is currently enabled, i.e. audible.

If you have more than one character talking you can simply run Auto Lip-Sync several times and each time before you run the Auto Lip-Sync assistant, make sure that only the audio of the one character is audible (turn off the other layers representing the voice of the other characters).

To keep everything clean, I recommend to apply each instance of Auto Lip-Sync on a separate layer. If you have just one footage layer, you can put several adjustment layers on top of it and apply one instance of Auto Lip-Sync to each of them.

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