Papagayo (software)

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Papagayo screen.jpg
Papagayo during lip syncing
Developer(s)e frontier
Stable release
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
LicenseGNU General Public License
WebsitePapagayo homepage User forum

Papagayo is a free Lip-syncing software made in Python for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It works by importing an audio file, as well as writing the text for the audio and placing it accordingly[1]. The program then uses a built-in dictionary to select the appropriate mouth for the spoken text. Modifications and dictionaries are available on the forum.

Originally created as a tool for LostMarble's own Moho editor, the tool is being adopted by users and developers of several open source animation products (including Blender and Synfig Studio) to add lip-sync features not available in the base software package.


  1. ^ Kelly., Murdock, (2010). Anime Studio 6 : the official guide. Boston, Mass.: Course Technology. ISBN 9781435455610. OCLC 613614573.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)