The steps to take:
- Download a release from Rhubarb’s Github Page (search for the “Release” tab on that page)
- Be sure to grab the phoneme images from here.
- Situate yourself with a
cdinto the rhubarb directory.
- Copy your
sound.wavaudio file there.
- Create a
rhubarbwith the exported file and the transcript file using:
./rhubarb -o output.txt sound.wav -d transcript.txt
- Use DaVinci Resolve according to Jackall’s instructions which includes: 1/ Dragging all the mouth image files into a Resolve timeline, 2/ Exporting the timeline as a
- Run jackall’s Python program with:
give it the
output.txtfile, and any offsets you want to make happen. Provide the destination
- Now in DaVinci Resolve import the timeline file (give it a new name instead of the default).
- Drag the
sound.wavfile *below* the video file because audio tracks sit under video tracks in Resolve.
- Switch to Deliver tab (bottom of screen) and use codec Apple ProRes > Apple ProRes 444 to be able to “Export Alpha” …
You did it!