You will find the serial numbers in your DAZ account with other serial numbers… i am not sure why but they took a while to appear for me and then they didn’t all appear at once… also make sure you go into the Reallusion site and register your serial numbers (when you get them) and then download and install all the patches as the version you have just downloaded wont work with each other until they are all patched.
I asked a couple of direct questions about how CT6 was used with iClone animations as I was very confused and they gave me a great answer which I have posted below in case others find the info useful… especially with how cheap CT6 is just at the moment…. I am most likely going to grab it tonight as what it does with 2D images is mind blowing and if that transfers to iClone characters (even just standard ones) then that is sooo worth the money.
Reply from Reallusion support
“CrazyTalk 6 Pro can be used to create detailed facial animation for your iClone characters. To do this you would follow the procedure below.
In CrazyTalk 6 Pro you would add a good quality photo of a human face. You then use the features of CrazyTalk 6 to add detailed facial expressions (happy, sad, scared etc.) and also add your vocal audio to create automatic lip-sync.
Once you have everything as you want it in CrazyTalk 6, you save it as a script containing all this data. These scripts have the .cts extension.
Now you can open iClone, load any standard character you wish, and then import the previously saved script from CrazyTalk 6 Pro. Once imported, your iClone character will speak the same audio with automatic lip-sync, and show the same facial expressions as created in CrazyTalk 6 Pro.
Please Note: This process is for standard iClone characters. Daz characters are classified as non-standard characters so this process would not work for them. We are currently working on an update that will allow facial animation to be used with Daz characters. This is due at the end of the year.”