Papagayo is a lip-syncing program designed to help you line up phonemes (mouth shapes) with the actual recorded sound of actors speaking. Papagayo makes it easy to lip sync animated characters by making the process very simple - just type in the words being spoken (or copy/paste them from the animation's script), then drag the words on top of the sound's waveform until they line up with the proper sounds.
After syncing up mouth shapes with actual sounds, Papagayo can then export the result for use with Anime Studio, our 2D animation product.
Papagayo is free to download and use. Sync 'till your virtual lips are sore! Papagayo is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Download Papagayo below:
Windows (98/ME/2000/XP/etc.) (7 MB)
Mac OS X (Universal Binary for 10.5 Leopard) (4 MB)
Mac OS X (Universal Binary for 10.4 Tiger) (4 MB)
Linux (2.5 MB)
Papagayo allows you to use multiple dictionary files. Myles Strous, a Papagayo user and contributor, has provided an extended dictionary file available below. Download and unzip the file, and copy it to .../Papagayo/rsrc/dictionaries. The extended dictionary contains many scientific and medical words and more that are not in the standard dictionary.
Papagayo is licensed under the GPL (GNU General Public License). This means that you are free to download the source code to Papagayo and make modifications to the program itself (as log as you can do a little Python programming). You are free to redistribute these modifications as long as you allow anyone else access to your modified code. Download the Papagayo source code below: