Would you like to have the power to Render DAZ Genesis 3 in Poser?
What about rendering Genesis 3 with her EXPRESSIONS and clothing that fits?
WillDial presents a complete guide using his own hand written script which empowers you to do both. It’s a popular script, since there were over 2500 downloads in the first month that it was published at Renderosity!
After sharing his desktop in this live webinar and going over a comprehensive demonstration of the script, WillDial will also provide a focus on typical troubleshooting points. We’ll also have a live Q&A session towards the end of the event. Lululee will also be on hand at the session who has helped Willdial with previous tutorials and assisting him with the project.
Date and Time
2nd of July at 20:00 BST/12:00 PDT/15:00 EDT/14:00 CDT
Duration: 1.5 hours
- Ghost bones and weight maps in Genesis 3.
- How to export Genesis 3 from Daz Studio
- How to load G3 into poser
- How to use Willdial’s plugin to correct the expressions
- How to export G3 clothing
- How to load conforming G3 clothing
- How to apply the morphs to G3 clothing
- Faster workflow : Use of the library manager 2 + DAZ Studio plugin Semidieu.
Trouble shooting points covered
Why don’t I see G3 or her clothes?
- DSON cannot cross runtimes
- Importance of the location of the files
- DSON Having the correct version of DSON
- Why is that weird thing in G3’s neck
- Anything else we have found in our trouble shooting
Presented by Willdial and Lululee
“Like with most worthwhile endeavors, it started with a simple question, “Is it possible to import Genesis 3 into Poser?” The main stumbling block was Genesis 3’s facial ghost bones. Poser 10 and/or Poser Pro 2014 cannot handle the necessary weight mapping.
When I saw Poser 11’s new feature for Smooth Translation weight mapping, I knew instantly it would allow Genesis 3 to be fully functional in Poser.”
“I have always enjoyed working with DAZ characters in Poser and I was especially interested in rendering Genesis 3 in Poser. I also enjoy working in DAZ Studio and feel the IRAY render is gorgeous but I missed having that freedom of choice to render Genesis 3 in both software. Each one is unique and has it’s own render look.
One thing that really drew me to the project was willdial’s desire to make the app easy to use and freely distribute it to the community. Poser users were very interested in working with Genesis 3 who is quite beautiful. Willdial was interested in a community effort to unite both software applications for the artists. Today, artists like working in both Daz Studio and Poser. They are very compatible software and actually complement each other. We all wanted to be able to render Genesis 3 in both so it a real gift to the community to have the “Genesis3PoserUpdater“.