I'm back again with another problem. So I've managed to record the head position, eye gaze, eyebrows and the body. I took the correct advice from a fellow forum user to record the individual face components and thought i would save the mouth until last, like his smile and surprised mouth. I tried to use the same method, add a new face behaviour, deselect the previous face behaviour i recoded but the mouth was unresponsive until i arm all 5 face behaviours. Then if i do a recording it adds a block to each face behaviour, overpowering the previous recordings of the eyebrows etc. when i tried to delete any block so i was just left with the smiles and surprised the mouth don't work at all unless all blocks are present. So was i mistaken to leave the smiles until last? should i have done them with the head position? Really don't wanna have to all the head stuff again so it would be great if i don't have to. i hope I'm just doing it wrong and someone can't point me in the right direction again. Thanks
P.S I have lip-synced the dialect and just want him to smile and look surprised every now and then.
I would add keyboard triggers to the mouths you want. So make Smile triggered with 1 and Surprised by 2, both with hide siblings checked, that sort of thing - then just arm them with keyboard triggers. Those should supersede talking mouths.
Currently Face has a lot of data associated with it, and it can be frustrating to overwrite everything. In the next release we are separating out Eye Gaze as its own behavior and adding blend & smoothing support, which makes the eyes a lot easier to deal with.
Dave you are the man. I didn't think of that. Thanks mate.