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Papagayo dilemma

Postby tushantin » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:29 am

Okay, I've used Papagayo before but mostly on windows. Now I have a question... Can't seem to run the Linux version on Ubuntu. Is there a pre-built DEB version of the installer? If not, know any alternative?
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby H13N.H3N » Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:26 am

tushantin wrote:Okay, I've used Papagayo before but mostly on windows. Now I have a question... Can't seem to run the Linux version on Ubuntu. Is there a pre-built DEB version of the installer? If not, know any alternative?


Out of the official packages i don't really think so, provably has been discussed on AS Forums, i also downloaded Papagayo but there is some sort of problem with dependences, when running from terminal, it asks for libstdc++.so.5, while version libstdc++6 and dev are already installed on my system, perhaps the best solution is windows versions through Wine
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby tushantin » Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:07 am

I see... Thanks, I'll do that. Another thing though. After exporting the "voice" I get a .DAT file for use with AS/Moho, but when reading it in Notepad++ it's got a similar structure as Synfig's .LST file. But considering this DAT file does not specify the path of image sequence, what happens if we import it to Synfig? How do you use this?

Of course the obvious answer at first would be to copy all of Papagayo's "voices" to the project folder and let Synfig import it, but I wonder if I'm wrong.
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby Herb » Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:23 am

Try jLipsync by David Cuny.

JLipSync is a Java program for creating lip sync timesheets/x-sheets/exposure sheets for traditional or 3D animation.From SourceForge


http://sourceforge.net/projects/jlipsync/
He also created Yolo a Papagayo like program but it may be to buggy to use.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/yolo/

Check his home page for more Information. http://webs.lanset.com/dcuny/home.htm

Hope you find this helpful :)

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby tushantin » Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:47 am

:shock: That looks even better than Papagayo. And with an exposure sheet too! Thanks, dude!
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby pixelgeek » Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:04 am

I personally like jlipsync, but genete did add support for papagayo files directly
"Since svn r1540 the list importer allows also import Papagayo output lipsync voice files. "

See http://synfig.org/wiki/Doc:ListImporter for more information

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby Genete » Fri Oct 01, 2010 2:25 am

Is there any documentation on the jlipsync export format? :roll:
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby muhkayoh » Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:45 am

Lately, I haven't been able to get either Papagayo or JLipSync to work on Ubuntu 10.10. Papagayo doesn't start at all. JLipSync starts but stops functioning after a few seconds of scrubbing.

Oddly enough, I can sort of get Yolo working:

http://yolo.sourceforge.net/

Yolo is basically a clone of Papagayo. I'm able to use it as long as I avoid scrubbing. (If I scrub, it stops functioning just like JLipSync.) Of course, lacking the scrub feature throws a monkey wrench in the process, but it's better than nothing.

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby tushantin » Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:47 pm

Okay, another problem. Using Natty Narwhal at the moment, tried JLipsync but for some damn reason it won't scrub (well, it does, but there's no sound). Papagayo won't seem to import any audio file. I somehow got Yolo working, though.

But even so, I can't seem to change the frame rate. My animation is 15 FPS but I only get standard film options such as 24 and 30...

EDIT: Okay, now Yolo won't scrub either...
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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby muhkayoh » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:02 pm

I'm running Linux Mint 11 these days and I just tried JLIpSync and got the same problem as before. After a few scrubs, the sound stops working. Arrrggghhh! The lack of a reliable lip sync program on Linux is really a project derailer (is that even a word?). My Freezy The Snowman thing from last Christmas (made with Synfig, by the way) almost came to a crashing halt for lack of a lip sync program. (And if you watch the end result, you'll see that my "guess and check" lip sync turned out "swimmy" and really awful.)

I code actionscript 3 by day and I've also learned a bit of java (to which as3 bears a striking resemblance). I've considered a) diving into JLipSync to see if I can figure out how to bring it up to date and get it working again (at least under Linux) and b) creating an open source Air application for lip sync ("Air-Lip" ?). I just keep not finding the time to commit to either idea.

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby cellstorm » Thu Sep 15, 2011 6:20 am

Here I have papagayo http://openartisthq.org/debian/maverick/papagayo_1.2_all.deb, up and running, and it eats audiofiles,
namely wav files with

Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits
mono

everything else gets ignored.

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby rylleman » Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:15 am

cellstorm wrote:Here I have papagayo http://openartisthq.org/debian/maverick/papagayo_1.2_all.deb, up and running...

Doesn't work with Ubunut 14.10. Dependency python-wxgtk2.6 not met. 2.8 is installed.

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Re: Papagayo dilemma

Postby KonstantinDmitriev » Tue May 16, 2017 1:17 pm

Please try updated version of Papagayo - https://morevnaproject.org/2017/05/15/i ... pagayo-ng/


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