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Live2D user has created a tutorial video(unoffilcial) in English. SEE ALSO.
Thank you, brian_tsui!
[Live2D Tutorial 2020] Introduction to Tools and Technical Concepts
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[INFORMATION] (07/08/2022)
Cubism 4 SDK R5 beta4 are now available!
※Only Cubism 4 SDK for Native is version R5 beta4_1 due to some modifications.

Cubism 4 SDK R5 beta4 also supports some of the new features in Cubism Editor 4.2!

New to Live 2D and I have some questions about Parameters! :D

I'm super new to this program, but I know some of the basics and have been working digitally for years so this isn't too daunting a task. I have some questions I can't seem to find answers to online, though, specifically about adding parameters to a model that'll be used for face-rigging. My version is 4.0.08 and I'm using windows!

-Is there any way to have one parameter affect another parameter? Can I link more than two parameters together?
-Should I be using deformers on every individual part of the model? Are Meshes alright to use if the part is smaller?
-Can I add a part to a parameter after already making the parameter? I can't seem to find out how to do this and it's a pain.

Thanks so much for the help ; W ; !
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