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Genesis to Poser CR2

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Product Name: Genesis to Poser CR2
Product ID: 14582
Published Artist(s): Cliff Bowman
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2012-06-21

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DAZ and Smith Micro have made considerable inroads into improving compatibility between Poser and Genesis. At long last one of the premiere tutorial authors from the community turns his hand to leading you through the conversion process simply and easily, resulting in the best “poseable” Genesis that can be had at this time. Littered with hints and tips, including bonus Python scripts to improve clothing and hair conforming, this is the must-have tutorial for Poser users wanting to get to grips with DAZ3D’s industry-leading figure – Genesis.

Combine Genesis with the many benefits of Poser-specific features like the cloth and hair rooms, or Poser’s superior animation controls, to produce Genesis art unlike any that’s been produced before!

Comments About this Tutorial:
“Intelligently thought out and easy to understand, even the absolute beginner to 3D will be able to follow it, Heck if I can follow it and get a working Genesis model in Poser anyone can.” - Coolartdude

For users of DAZ Studio DAZ Studio 4.5 or later, or Poser users who prefer not to install DAZ Studio at all, the author recommends the DSON Importer for Poser as an easier route which produces superior results to the .CR2 exporter.

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Installation Packages

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  • 1 Core

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Additional Details

  • Poser Users:
    • The Python scripts must be installed to your Poser Pro 2012 or Poser 9 folder - NOT the Content/Runtime folder, but where the program was actually installed.

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