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 Subject: Vue and DazStudio format

martial opened this issue on Aug 31, 2019 · 5 posts

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  martial    ( ) ( posted at 4:45AM Sat, 31 August 2019 

I am using Vue infinite 2016 R6 and now when i want to import from DAZStudio to Vue i export from DAZ in obj or collada formats I read on the Eon site that new version like Creator can import DazStudio format (duf) Someone have try it??

  FrankT    ( ) ( posted at 1:47PM Sat, 31 August 2019  · @4360898

doesn't appear as an import option in my creator version

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  martial    ( ) ( posted at 2:27PM Sat, 31 August 2019  · @4360900

Thanks A direct import of DAZ Studio format would be an incitation for me to change for the Creator version i have asked because i have read this on EON site ''You can also import your content in all popular 3D formats, load, re-pose and render Poser and DAZ content, convert any mesh to cloud volumes, and for ultra-realistic effects, texture everything with PBR materials – and this is just scratching the surface of what you can achieve!''

  FrankT    ( ) ( posted at 2:44PM Sat, 31 August 2019  · @4360902

I expect they mean one of the already existing formats like FBX or Collada rather than DUF. They import PZ3 files though

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  yvesab    ( ) ( posted at 4:08AM Sat, 14 September 2019  · @4361880

Some time ago I asked Eon about the import from Daz3d. They answered that Daz is not really helpful on this point and that something I can understand from what their commercial model is.

An other point is the fact that the i Ray renderer is really faster than the Eon one. But Daz3d is rapidly choking and crashing with instances of vegetation. I renewed my subscription this year, mainly to see what will happen.

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