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Papagayo Replacement For Mac OSX 10.7

Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 12:41 am
by Ronbo
If you're running OSX 10.7 on your Mac and Papagayo is not working you might try this little java app:

Yolo seems to run perfectly on my iMac with OSX 10.7.4 and it is very similar to Papagayo. I found that I can import a .wav file, type in my dialogue, and after tweaking as necessary, export it as a "Moho timesheet." In order to be able to import this timesheet into ASP, I simply added a ".dat" suffix to the name of the saved file. I saved the mouth file from Papagayo and open a copy of it when creating a new file requiring lip syncing. This gives me 4 mouth sets to choose from and when I select the one I desire I sync it to the .dat file, which in turn is already synced to the imported .wav file. It may not be quite as good as Papagayo, but I think it makes a nice temporary replacement for the time being.

Incidentally, this same programmer wrote another java app which works with OSX 10.7 called "LipSync" which is not automated:

Re: Papagayo Replacement For Mac OSX 10.7

Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 2:07 am
by marked4life
There is also this alternative: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=19438#p122003
It worked for me perfectly. At least so far.
(Just in case you didn't see it)

Re: Papagayo Replacement For Mac OSX 10.7

Posted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:30 pm
by Ronbo
As another option, you can get an app called WinOnX at the App Store for just a few bucks that will allow you to run Windows programs on your Mac. I got it out of curiosity and I am now able to run some applications that I couldn't use anymore because I had decided to uninstall Parallels. Considering its low cost and the fact that it's new it works pretty well. Although not every program will (currently) install successfully, I did manage to install the Windows version of Papagayo. It works. You can check out WinOnX here: ... ls=1&mt=12

BTW, marked4life, the link you provided for Wineskin Winery doesn't seem to work.