[About macOS Ventura 13.0] (12/20/2022)
The currently released Live2D Cubism SDK is not guaranteed to work with macOS Ventura.
Please refrain from upgrading the macOS as they may not work properly.
The Cubism Editor license file may be lost after the macOS upgrade.
Please make sure to deactivate the Cubism Editor license before upgrading the macOS.
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About the support for Mac models
Cubism Editor is not supported with Apple M1 processors.
Please refer to System Requirements
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Separating body and head movement
When controlling a model to make animations, try not to overly synchronize body motions with head motions, which will make the model look like a robot. Turn a head first, for example, and then the body should react and follow, kind of like inertia.