This is the first part in the beginners guide to the Falcon Pi Player. In this video we show the hardware kit, and peripheral devices needed to build a Falcon Pi Player. We also show the physical assembly of the Raspberry Pi in it's custom case.
This tutorial covers installing Papagayo and how to use it to mark up music with mouth movements. Sean describes the process as
1) Load a WAV file into Papagayo
2) Paste lyrics into Papagaypo and press Breakdown.
3) Move the GREEN phrases, ORANGE words and PURPLE phonemes(syllables) around
4) Save the work as a *.pgo file
In Part 2 we will discuss how the Nutcracker portion will use a pgo file and create a fully rendered movie (mpg or mp4)
produce images and a xLights xml file to show on horiz or vertical matrixes
produce a xlights xml file that will animate single channel mouth models