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 Subject: Poser figures in Silo

VolcanicMink opened this issue on Feb 10, 2013 · 5 posts

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  VolcanicMink    ( ) ( posted at 5:53PM Sun, 10 February 2013 · edited on 5:55PM Sun, 10 February 2013

Is it possible to load a Poser8 figure into Silo2? I was able to get "V4" in, but I cannot find an .obj Poser "Ryan" figure, only .obz files.

[I may drop a line in the Poser forum, but I thought I'd start here where there was some Silo goin' on..]

  fly028    ( ) ( posted at 12:05AM Mon, 11 February 2013  · @4039695


Just load ryan in Poser, then:

File/export/wavefront (obj)/select single frame/uncheck ground/ok and save in your folder.

Load in the silo scene, and it's done.

Hope it helps

  Janl    ( ) ( posted at 10:35PM Mon, 11 February 2013 · edited on 10:40PM Mon, 11 February 2013 · @4039968

If you use the method above remember to turn off IK and zero the figure.

.obz files are compressed files. To decompress them you can use something like 7-Zip. Right click on the .obz file and select Open Archive. You can then drag the .obj file onto your desktop.

  Teyon    ( ) ( posted at 4:30AM Tue, 12 February 2013  · @4040016

We have a feature in Poser to unzip all compressed files in the Runtime folder. It's under Scripts>Utility

  VolcanicMink    ( ) ( posted at 10:31AM Tue, 12 February 2013  · @4040123

I thank you all "muchly". Hopefully I will come to understand this stuff enough to be of help to someone else someday!

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