Transcript-based Lip Sync

Community Beginner ,
Dec 21, 2021 Dec 21, 2021

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This is a long way up from After Effects rigging and trying to do puppets there. A lot of hard work has gone into this and you guys keep improving all the time.

I can give you details on this issue and the files but first, does Windows 10 have a problem importing the SRT files to use with the "compute lip sync take from audio and transcript"? SRT files do not show for import.

 

Tried pasting a short text script into the "transcript" box I thought maybe my audio was too muddy becuase of being in a song - error message below - so I recorded the same in a "spoken" word track (not singing) with no backgroud music. The audio take was only about 18 seconds long. I got the same error message below.

 

Error message: [Compute Lip Sync failed: Check that the transcript matches the audio.]

 

Any assistance is much appreciated.

 

The "compute lip sync take from scene audio works fairly well.

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The SRT was my mistake. It does show for import. The second issue of [Compute Lip Sync failed: Check that the transcript matches the audio.] Still is an issue.

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Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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I managed to do a work-around becuase, as noted the music track was to muddy. I managed to do the whole song with a separate track speaking the words. Most of the "compute lip sync take from audio and transcript" did work and was pretty good.

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Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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It's pretty easy to confuse CH with things like audio filters and music. Whenever possible, start with a "clean" audio track before the bells and whistles are added and then replace the track after you're happy with the lip-sync.

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