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Product Name: MATRIX : Tutorials on Managing DAZ Studio Content
Product ID: 73575
Published Artist(s): Digital Art Live
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2020-10-01

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In these workshop tutorials, some of the DAZ 3D community step forward to help you organize and navigate the Matrix (AKA the DAZ Studio Content Library). There are numerous ways to organise your 3D content goodies with several tools to do the job. Learn about tips and resources for content management from various artists experienced with DAZ Studio.

Total Running time of tutorial workshops: 3 hours and 10 minutes

Does this sound like you?

I've organically grown and structured my content library and its now just a mess!

I've lost my stuff!

I'm afraid to break things by moving and renaming files, What category folder system do I use? How do I organise another hard drive to store my content?

An error occurred while reading the file, see log files for more details Once you plan and organize your content library, you can end up creating your artwork much faster, because finding content is now easy. Inserting new content into your system will be just as fast.

In this community workshop, members talk about these topics and more… How they categorize their folders The doubling of products problem How to deal with missing icons The Content Wizard resource by Riversoft Art The content DB Maintenance options Minimalistic model for content usage Refreshing Metadata Little known DIM options Greyed out content Organizing 3rd party content bought from outside the DAZ 3D store

Tutorial Workshops Hosted by Digital Art Live We've been connecting, educating, and inspiring digital artists in our weekly live webinars since 2013. Look out for our community live workshops at the Digital Art Live href= website and our other tutorial products in the Daz 3D store.

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