Hey all…Long time lurker here but diving deep into Animate now and came across a question.
When doing lip sync I bring the audio in, get everything right and then what? I plan on pulling everything together (music bed, SFX etc) in post production so should I strip the audio and export just the visuals?
That’s correct, use your sound file in combination with the sound element editor, or just as reference for any other purpose…
When done, export your animation as QuickTime, image sequence etc. and put it all together in your favourite video editor, like final cut, adobe-premiere etc…
If you like, here is an excellent tutorial by cartoon smart:
yeh i agree with nolanscott, always best to use audio in ToonBoom for reference only rather than final output.
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