Is a headset microphone interfering Character Animator?

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I am wondering if using a headset microphone is interfering the recognition of facial expressions? Are there any experiences on this?

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Adobe Employee , Aug 13, 2019 Aug 13, 2019
A headset microphone is a great way to record audio for automatic lip sync assuming the microphone is high quality. Depending on the design of the headset, it might interfere a little bit with the camera's ability to track the mouth, but that is currently only used to:* Trigger a smile/surprised expression from the camera (just as easily done with the keyboard) * Resize the mouth based on your mouth openness (this is quite uncommon for puppets)

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A headset microphone is a great way to record audio for automatic lip sync assuming the microphone is high quality. Depending on the design of the headset, it might interfere a little bit with the camera's ability to track the mouth, but that is currently only used to:

* Trigger a smile/surprised expression from the camera (just as easily done with the keyboard)
* Resize the mouth based on your mouth openness (this is quite uncommon for puppets)

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