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CrazyTalk5 Frequently Asked Questions


Welcome to CrazyTalk 5 FAQ where you can find all the frequently asked questions about products and technical issues. If you cannot find the answer, please complete the Customer Support Form for product related questions, or email us esales@reallusion.com for online sales related questions.

Software Usage

Can I make any images talk?
Where can I find the custom script and model file?
Why is the model file size larger than the original image I have imported?
How can I convert CrazyTalk4 content to CrazyTalk5?
How to "Update" a file when I finished editing in CrazyTalk5?
Where can I import my background music?
Does CrazyTalk5 also have Messenger and Greeting Card output formats?

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Software Usage

1) Can I make any images talk?

CrazyTalk allows you to import images in either .JPG, .BMP, .TGA or .PNG image formats. Once the image is imported, you simply need to bond a wireframe mask to your image by matching the contours of the wireframe to the contours of the image. When completed, your image can lipsync with a spoken message.

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2) Where can I find the custom script and model file?

You can find in your Windows install path "Documents and Settings" > "All Users" > "Documents">"Reallusion". The default page is: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\Reallusion

- Model data is located in \Custom\CrazyTalk 5 Custom\Model\
- Script data is located in \Shared Custom\CrazyTalk 5 Custom\Script

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3) Why is the model file size larger than the original image I have imported?

To ensure you do not reduce the image quality after re-editing, CrazyTalk keeps the original data you have imported on model file (.ctm). If you want to reduce the data, you can press "Ctrl" and "Update" buttons at the same time and remove some data you do not need.

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4) How can I convert CrazyTalk4 content to CrazyTalk5?

Please use CrazyTalk5 Content Wizard to copy CrazyTalk4 content (.ctm, .cts, SFX files) to CrazyTalk5. Download Now

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5) How to "Update" a file when I finished editing in CrazyTalk5?

You need to select a file that you want to update and then click "Overwrite" to renew the selected file.

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6) Where can I import my background music?

Please switch to the Script page and click on the icon to import your favorite background music.

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7) Does CrazyTalk5 also have Messenger and Greeting Card output formats?

No. CrazyTalk5 does not have these output formats. It is recommended for you to utilize CrazyTalk4 for exporting Messengers and Greeting Cards.

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