I don’t know either, but then, he never even does voice acting (it’s more of a stuntman-style move). I know all it takes is a voice command: the character says something and the camera follows it back in time to be at the place of it. That means that Bennett’s movements are in an unreal position (even if they are in an animatronic position). So what could he just say, and how can it get done in a voice command?
The short version is that you have to let the voice command come through on its own terms (at the time of directing the video you actually did direct it in its entirety). You don’t have to say “I want to go this way,” or “I want to go that way,” like you do in the voice command of a stuntman or someone playing an animatronic. The whole point is to do the thing as you would normally do things. That’s the trick.
You also asked about camera moves. That’s a different issue.
Yeah, there is a very important distinction to be made between a camera move and a voice command, which was just brought to my attention by you. The camera move is about doing a quick turn in a fixed direction, and the voice command comes from telling the computer what your body is doing. In that respect, that’s exactly what Bennett did. As I understand it, the camera move is to do a quick turn before the voice command, which is done for him by his stunt man, James Condon. (I asked Bennett’s rep if there’s a difference in how the move is made. He said Bennett does the motion in his head so he does the command as his mouth does the motion on the camera.)
So, what we know, is that a voice command on the computer says something, and the movement of the computer-generated body is the movement in your own body. And what that means for us is that we don’t need another person with a motion-capture device—we just need something to tell the computer what your actual body is doing. Which, for a voice command, can be any sort of movements. I was thinking about how I can do a hand movement while the character is playing the violin and make it look like he’s blowing out his right hand. I did that for Bennett on the video, which is pretty cool. It reminds me a little of what Ken Biller did with a puppet. I’m not sure if it
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