Noodle Flix
Noodle Flix
2.1

0.5

Noodle Flix free download for Mac

Noodle Flix

2.1
01 March 2011

Talking head movie studio.

Overview

Noodle Flix is a talking head movie studio for Mac OS X. With only a few clicks, Noodle Flix creates talking head movies for use with iPods, Web sites, blogs, iMovie projects, and many other applications. Noodle Flix converts text to a spoken movie, with options for custom actors, backdrops, and background music.

What's new in Noodle Flix

Version 2.1:
  • New - Custom actors
  • New - Phoneme Support
  • Over a dozen new backgrounds

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2 Noodle Flix Reviews

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Thomas-Hayward
22 December 2005

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Does what it says very effectively. It would be nice to see a couple of extra features: how about the ability to scale the talking heads? It would also be nice if the animation were smoother.
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Version 1.0
Macericg
21 September 2007
I'm pleased to see a stand-alone Mac product that provides many of the features of online services such as www.speechagents.com or www.sitepal.com. You have the start of a great product. I would purchase (and suspect many others would, too) if you were able to offer a few other features found in these other online services: 1) Flash export of animation. (Would be much smaller than video files, anyway.) 2) Ability to lip-sync with real, spoken recordings. (Mac voices sound so dated -- It's as if I'm listening to an old 'Speak-N-Spell.') 3) More ambient movement than just the blinking of eyes. The slight turn of the head, ability to nod or shake "no" -- all would greatly enhance the experience. SitePal has this down to a science, were the character's head and eyes actually follows the cursor once the dialogue is finished. Again, great work. Hope to see more.
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Version 1.2.3
Thomas-Hayward
22 December 2005
Does what it says very effectively. It would be nice to see a couple of extra features: how about the ability to scale the talking heads? It would also be nice if the animation were smoother.
Like
Version 1.0