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Hello. (Laughs) Manzpanzoff writes: "Are we going to go overboard with special effects and hyperactive editors?" Manzpanzoff, I don't think you meant we, I think you meant the me in we, and let me tell you, without special effects, this show wouldn't even exist! You wanna see what the raw footage looks like? Ergspreeeg! Ayygh! Gadit. Fth. Only with the use of technology do I get the footage to look even remotely like what you're seeing right now. And even after I'm done, it still looks like this. Do you wan-- And at that point, I still have to make it orange as shit. Trust me, I wanted to make it way more orange, but the LOA stepped in and this is a compromise. And then I have to get the cool air conditioner noise for the background... But Manzpanzoff, I get it. It's not all about technology - it's about humanity too. For the humanity stuff, I personally use Emotionz Pro. I find it the most user-friendly right out of the box. Here's some excerpts from a tutorial I recently made for it. Emotionz comes with a lot of the presets that you'd expect from a prosumer humanizer - Passion, Gravitas, Silliness - But what really jazzes me about the Pro edition are a lot of these new features. One of my favorites is the new Wonderment drop-down, and especially the Bewildered preset. I have no idea how they do it. Mischevious is good, but use it sparingly. Personally, I try not to use Dickhead without also selecting Silliness, but other people have had success with it. Sarcasm is pretty straightforward, and it works really really well. Definitely worth throwing in every now and again. Honesty can get a little dicey; I'm so fucking scared that you're gonna think this is bullshit, but trust me, I have it under control, and I definitely recommend playing around with this option. But what I'm most excited about in new Emotionz Pro is this: New auto-emotiV, which actually changes your emotive quality based on the text that you speak. Now I will say that it's best to keep auto-emotiV right around here, that's where you get the most emotive quality. If you max it out, you’ll see some glitches. At 100%, it starts adding the effect, even in silence, which can be annoying. And once in a while, you might find a slight emotional lag. It takes some fine-tuning. The kitten fell down the deep deep well, but now it's okay. the monkey sawed off the elephant's peni-- And humility? I'm not really sure what it does. Manzpanzoff, say what you gotta say, but I'm gonna play like I wanna play. These words, these images, they're just scrambled eggs, and it's all just how you scramble them. A lot of you have submitted some amazing audio for Michelle's song, like this: "You said that it’s you, not--" We take those clips and put them together with other voices, and it sounds like this: "You said that it’s you, not me--" RedheadBedhead even submitted some audio where she did her own harmonies. "You said that it's you, not me, an underst--" With over 200 submissions so far, I've got some work to do. It’s time for Lee Hall to animate your dreams, and this week, I move Veronica Belmont's dream to the front of the queue, because I'm a big fan, and she's been supportive of my things....not like that. In my dream, I'm living in a village of anthropomorphic bears, and the bears look down on people. But one day, the village is invaded by dinosaurs from outer space, and the only way we can escape is by riding on the back of an outcast bear that takes pity on us, and we flee off into the forest. Bye bye, it's the bye bye song. (Laughs)
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