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Karth´s Corner

Karth

Eager
Contributing Artist
Sorry..i don´t get the same good results when i Export from Daz to Poser. Near any mesh make some Trouble.
I think about to go another way and do different meshes in future. Will see .
Thanks everyone :)
 

Karth

Eager
Contributing Artist
Hi Ramwolff :)
Yes...over all it is almost working.
But i usually use subd in daz and poser seems to has another algorithm ,
so i have little distortions in mesh, that i can´t adjust with Morph brush or weight mapping.
And on this way it has not the same Quality and that´s a no go.
 

Lyne

Dances with Bees
HW Honey Bear
Sorry..i don´t get the same good results when i Export from Daz to Poser. Near any mesh make some Trouble.
I think about to go another way and do different meshes in future. Will see .
Thanks everyone :)
sooo did someone else do your long sleeve shirt for Luna Poser version? maybe some one can help with this?
 

Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
QAV-BEE
Contributing Artist
Hi Ramwolff :)
Yes...over all it is almost working.
But i usually use subd in daz and poser seems to has another algorithm ,
so i have little distortions in mesh, that i can´t adjust with Morph brush or weight mapping.
And on this way it has not the same Quality and that´s a no go.
When exporting to Poser it is best to turn SubD off in DS first before the export.
 

RAMWolff

Wolff Playing with Beez!
Contributing Artist
Agreed. Sub-D and smoothing should be turned off as both programs handle that differently!
 

Karth

Eager
Contributing Artist
I Export always from the library..hmm
will try another Setting to test this.

Thanks !!

@Lyne ´mostly every product i only upload for Daz gives me Problems in Poser.
Will take a look if i can get better results in future.
 

Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
QAV-BEE
Contributing Artist
I Export always from the library..hmm
will try another Setting to test this.

Thanks !!

@Lyne ´mostly every product i only upload for Daz gives me Problems in Poser.
Will take a look if i can get better results in future.
Load the item, set SubD to base, and smoothing to 0, then do the export. If it needs subdivision, then you can use subd in Poser, smoothing there is nothing to replace it.
 

Karth

Eager
Contributing Artist
So i don´t Forget for the next time*g*

Problem : Exporting mesh as cr2 from DS to Poser smoothing off , subd off.
In Poser i add subd and got distorted Points that can not be fixed ( morphbrush, weightmapping)
Too use the non subd mesh would be a no go this time.
The Bib mesh is double sided and Need more work.

Long Solution..only use when no other way will work fine :

Export the cr2 from DS to Poser as usually....this is the file to adjust the Joints later in Poser.
Export the obj from DS with High Resolution in.
Load in Poser.
Setup Room ...use the saved cr2 without transferring Morphs or any subd that Comes up in the Windows here.
Conform to Baby Luna.
Load the DS cr2 file.
Copy Joints from this to the just conforming Piece.
Save this as new cr2 ... open Editor and fix the path to objfile...copy your new obj file from library to Geometrie Folder.
Morphing.
Every Morph dial up in DS and save as object with HD on.
Load in Poser as FullBodyMorph.

Thats it.Hope i did not Forget something.
Now can test and adjust the rest.

PS: Use Poser Pro 2014 not Poser 11 !
:)
 
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Karth

Eager
Contributing Artist
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