The PZ2 files from Mimic (Lite or PRO) will work in Carrara.
Place the PZ2 files into a Runtime / Poses folder,. and then load them onto a selected figure, by double clicking the file in the browser.
You can also convert and save that Mimic animation as a Carrara NLA Clip, and save it to your browser.
Note: As Wendy mentioned, this is only the Animation,. and doesn’t save the sound file you used to generate the Lip sync.
You can add the sound into Carrara, if you like,. or add it later into a Video editor.
Hope it helps
0oseven wrote :
Characters look like they have stretched mouths
This is a common issue, that’s simply due to the fact that you’ve “Customised” the face of your figure to make it different from the Default M4 / V4 etc,... and not edited / adjusted any of the Phoneme / Viseme settings.
The default DMC (configuration) file for M4 or V4, is designed to produce a range of morphs for the default figures, (in Mimic pro, you can customise these and save your own DMC file for a specific figure)
but is you ADD, morph values to the mouth, lips, eyes etc.. then those values will be added to the Mimic generated values, which can create a distorted face / mouth / eyes.
In Carrara, using Mimic pro for Carrara plug-in,. you create a set of Customised Phonemes / Visemes for your own figures, or you can Load an existing “DMC” file for a figure such as V4 / M4 etc…
Hope it helps