Auto Lip-Sync Pada Karakter Virtual 3 Dimensi Menggunakan Blendshape

Matahari Bhakti Nendya, Syahri Mu’min

Abstract


Proses pembuatan karakter virtual 3D yang dapat berbicara seperti manusia merupakan tantangan tersendiri bagi animator. Problematika yang muncul adalah dibutuhkan waktu lama dalam proses pengerjaan serta kompleksitas dari berbagai macam fonem penyusun kalimat. Teknik auto lip-sync digunakan untuk melakukan pembentukan karakter virtual 3D yang dapat berbicara seperti manusia pada umumnya. Preston blair phoneme series dijadikan acuan sebagai pembentukan viseme dalam karakter. Proses pemecahan fonem dan sinkronisasi audio dalam software 3D menjadi tahapan akhir dalam proses pembentukan auto lip-sync dalam karakter virtual 3D.

 

Auto Lip-Sync on 3D Virtual Character Using Blendshape. Process of making a 3D virtual character who can speak like humans is a challenge for the animators. The problem that arise is that it takes a long time in the process as well as the complexity of the various phonemes making up sentences. Auto lip-sync technique is used to make the formation of a 3D virtual character who can speak like humans in general. Preston Blair phoneme series used as the reference in forming viseme in character. The phonemes solving process and audio synchronization in 3D software becomes the final stage in the process of auto lip-sync in a 3D virtual character.


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lip-sync; blendshapes; karakter virtual 3D; fonem; viseme; animasi

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