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Friday, 14 December 2012

Reallusion CrazyTalk7 Named as "Mac App Store BEST of 2012"

Bring any face to life with CrazyTalk7’s simple face-fitting guide then simply use your voice to turn images into talking videos


Northampton, UK, December 14th, 2012 — Reallusion, the award-winning leader of 3D and 2D Cinematic tools, proudly announces that CrazyTalk7 has been recognized as “Mac App Store Best of 2012.”

CrazyTalk7 uses powerful Auto-animation technology that’s allows any user, no matter if you are an iMovie-maker or a creative user, from any level, to create talking character videos from any digital photograph.  Bring any face to life with CrazyTalk7’s simple face-fitting guide, and then use your own voice to puppet your actor’s performance. 

Auto-animation in CrazyTalk7 is an innovative, time-saving feature that helps you create life-like animations in a matter of minutes. The ability to animate characters with any voice or text-to-speech engine, allows any user to quickly create animated shorts, video hosts, cartoon characters and more.  CrazyTalk7 is unlimited in what you can bring to life. Choose a photo or illustration, fit the facial features, add audio to generate animations, and see your characters perform in real-time.  Save movies for editing in iMovie, or directly upload them to YouTube.  CrazyTalk7 positions itself as an essential, quick animation tool in any artist’s toolbox.

Charles Chen, CEO at Reallusion commented “This is fantastic news for Reallusion. We are very happy that the Mac App Store has given CrazyTalk7 this much sought after recognition. Shortly after its launch, CrazyTalk7 received a New and Noteworthy rating for the Mac App store and this new acknowledgement is testimony to the power of this creative app. With excellent feedback from users, we are confident that Crazytalk7 will continue to be a success for the Reallusion team”

Pricing and Availability:
CrazyTalk7 Mac is available in the Apple App Store for GBP29.90.
Visit Reallusion’s website for more info, training and demo video: http://www.reallusion.com/crazytalk/crazytalk7/default.aspx

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