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Sirs; I would like to hire someone to animate an Avatar mapped to my own facial expressions and arm movements so I can teach online English classes showing my Avatar instead of my own face. Know anyone who could do this for me. Must Wk w ManyCam

Loretta Dunnaway 9 months ago updated by Gil Sideman 8 months ago 2


I would like to hire someone to animate an Avatar mapped to my own facial expressions and arm movements so I can teach online English classes showing my Avatar instead of my own face. Know anyone who could do this for me. It needs to run through ManyCam to my companies platform.

Thank you,

Loretta Dunnaway

214-803-4420 cell

Ldunnawa@swbell.net

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Gil Sideman 8 months ago

Hi Loretta - 

You can create your own 'photoface' 3D character from a your photo. It is not hard to do - 

- open the SitePal editor

- goto Models section, select the 3D tab

- select 'Create Your Own' 

- upload a hi resolution photo of yourself, shoulders and up.

- follow the instructions on the screen.

This procedure is not difficult and to succeed mainly requires a very good photo, that portrays your face clearly, and matches our guidelines.

If you are finding it difficult, and would like us to create your custom 3D character for you, we can do so for a fee.  send us a note at sales@oddcast.com to find out more.


We are not familiar with ManyCam - so I can't tell you whether your character can work with it.

Please try any of our SitePal characters with ManyCam and see for yourself.

Best,

Gil

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Parvez 9 months ago updated by Gil Sideman 8 months ago 3

I have added avatar on my page and I have applied my own CSS to the avatar. But now face movement of the avatar on mouse movement is not proper. The movement reference is not with respect to the current position of avatar but rather the reference point for mouse movement is at the right side of the page see "Here" text on the image below.


CSS 


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Parvez 9 months ago updated by Gil Sideman 6 months ago 3

I am using avatar in my reactjs app. I have added script in my index.html page. Still some times avatar is loading very late. I have good internet connection.

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Gil Sideman 6 months ago

ps. 

We've tried to recreate this problem, from the US, Europe and India - and we do not see any unusual or unexpected loading times for our own test pages.

For the page noted below - 

   US page load time in total is between 2 and 3 seconds.

   India page load time in total is between 5 and 6 seconds.

This is normal.

Your time may vary depending on the specifics of your internet connection.

Please follow up with more information so that we may further advise.

Regards,

Gil

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This resource is not available

Claudio 10 months ago in SitePal Silver updated by Gil Sideman 10 months ago 5

Good morning

I have already reported the problem by email but I have not had an answer.

The script does not work on the site, even the previews. 

I attach a screen

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Gil Sideman 10 months ago

Got it.

Suggest you try clearing your browser cache and cookies - and/or try using a different browser.

See - 

https://www.refreshyourcache.com/en/home/


If that does not work, our support will look into it in detail tomorrow.

Let me know,

Gil

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