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- Added basic support for non-English recordings through phonetic recognition (issue #45).
- Improved processing speed for WAVE files (issue #58).
- Fixed a bug that resulted in unwanted mouth movement at beginning of a recording (issue #53).
- Fixed a bug that garbled special characters in the output file path (issue #54).
- Fixed a bug that prevented the progress bar from reaching 100% (issue #48).
- Fixed file paths in exported XML and JSON files (issue #59).
- Fixed bug in Rhubarb for Spine where processing failed depending on the number of existing animations (issue #34).
- Added more helpful error dialogs for internal errors in Rhubarb Lip Sync for Spine.
- Added: Internal errors in Rhubarb Lip Sync for Spine are logged to the console (
- Fixed generic error message in Rhubarb for Spine (issue #34).
- Added integration with Spine animation software (Rhubarb Lip Sync for Spine).
- Added full Unicode support: File names, dialog files, strings in exported files etc. should now be fully Unicode-compatible.
--machineReadablecommand-line option to allow for better integration with other applications.
--consoleLevelcommand-line option to control how much detail to log to the console (
- Changed message output to the console: Unless specified using
--consoleLevel, only errors and fatal errors are printed to the console. Previously, warnings were also printed.
- Fixed segfault with WAVE file containing some initial music before spoken words (issue #25)
- Added a script for lip-syncing in Adobe After Effects.
- Changed the official spelling of the project: Rhubarb Lip-Sync is now Rhubarb Lip Sync (without the hyphen).
- Added animation code optimizing animation for words containing "to".
- Improved animation rules: better animation of ER and AW sounds.
- Fixed compilation with Boost 1.56.0+ (issue #9).
- Fixed crash with message "Time range start must not be less than end." (issue #6)