Yes, Prepare artwork in Adobe Character Animator is your best bet. Currently there isn't much more outside of that besides motion trigger and the draggable / fixed / etc handles so you're really not missing anything critical.
This is where I've been all day! Trying to decipher it....
I don't think this gives you the full list though?
There must be a definitive list?
I think a good schematic showing the tags and the variables that apply to them would be good... what do you think!?
PS: More suggestions to build on your growing collection of videos; a more in-depth look at the Puppet and Scene Widnows and associated panels.
Thanks again for your time!
I agree. This doesn't seem to be a definitive list. I can't seem to find a thorough list of groups and subgroups. Can adobe please provide a pdf that includes all?
I don't have a PDF, but doing the following can give you an idea of what's available:
1. Open a Puppet In the Puppet Panel.
2. Select a layer
3. Scroll down to the "Tags" section
4. Click the 'A' in the upper right(next to a smiley face)
This will show all tags as text. You can also mouse over the tag name to see which behavior uses it.
Keep in mind, usually naming something in PS/AI will get autotagged with that name, but that's not always the case. e.g., "Left Eyeball" in PS/AI will get tagged "Left Pupil Range".