Thank you so much for this! I just watched your tutorial...
posted at 5:47AM Mon, 14 January 2019
Thank you very much!
posted at 3:33AM Wed, 28 November 2018
Big thanks to you willdial!!!
For this update.
posted at 5:57PM Sun, 01 July 2018
awwww, darn it. I have Poser Pro 11 game dev edition. Still nice work! ^_^
posted at 5:06PM Sat, 24 February 2018
This only works for POSER 11. According to Willdial it does not work in Poser10/GameDev or previous versions. Since the majority of her morphs work, I'm stumped as to why certain ones do not. For instance her mouth will open, but lips will not smile. That seems odd. If anyone finds a workaround that works, please share with us.
posted at 2:29AM Sat, 24 February 2018
I ran into numerous problems with the PDF instructions for this and finally figured out the "invisible" figure is due to you not having the RUNTIME from DAZ added to your Poser directories. Try that fix for those of you who had the issue. I am now able to use her in Poser Game Dev 2014 but her expressions will still not work. I've run Will's script various ways and it says its working but the figure remains unchanged. I've emailed Will about it - but does anyone else have similar issues and maybe a fix for it?
posted at 11:24AM Sat, 18 November 2017
SOLUTIONS FOR PROBLEMS:
First of all, thank you for sharing this amazing work. Second, I'm posting this here because I also had a lot of difficulty getting this to work, and I hope this helps someone else. Here's a link to a webinar where the entire process is explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEfMP7aQ-NE
The solution for my own problem (I could load G3, but had had an invisible figure and couldn't do anything with it) was the fact that the Poser DSON importer gets floopy if it has to load data from multiple runtime locations. And since it needs data from both the new figure you created and the original Daz genesis figure, it starts to go wrong if you have completely different runtime locations.
The full explanation on how to fix this starts at around 9:30 in the link I provided.
posted at 9:00AM Thu, 05 October 2017
hello i have tried it put mine genesis comes green in poser
posted at 12:55AM Tue, 29 August 2017
This looks very useful. I will try it out on my windows box where poser 11 lives. Thank you!
posted at 9:55PM Fri, 25 August 2017
Is there a full step by step somewhere? the pdf is rather incomplete...
posted at 1:24AM Fri, 21 July 2017
Thanks so much for this updater! I've been able to get my G3 character from Daz to Poser with no troubles, except - when I load the character into Poser, moving it around is VERY slow. Is anyone experiencing this? Any ideas?
posted at 4:22PM Sat, 17 June 2017
G8F also uses the above program
Can be called up from the Poser 11.
posted at 5:40AM Wed, 11 January 2017
It wasn't easy but I made it. Thank you Mr.
posted at 10:04AM Sat, 31 December 2016
Solution for "the format of the input string is incorrect" error:
It happens when you use international windows. The international windows use comma for decimal places, the american uses point. You can change it in the country settings, and the PoserUpdater works properly.
Thanks for this great program, I love it!
posted at 10:08AM Thu, 22 December 2016
Does it works with hair props?
posted at 2:13AM Tue, 20 December 2016
Awesome generosity thanks very much. ;0)
posted at 9:51AM Fri, 11 November 2016
Thank you very much for this file!
posted at 10:34AM Sat, 05 November 2016
Thank you very much for sharing.
posted at 5:16PM Fri, 23 September 2016
Thank you so much for all the work that went into making this wonderful Freebie!!!
posted at 3:48PM Wed, 10 August 2016
Tried with Daz studio 4.6
May it be Windows 10
posted at 3:12PM Wed, 10 August 2016
I'm able to import from Daz 4.9 to Poser 11.
Before updating expression don't works!
After updating the expressions are incredibly explosive and totally useless.! This is what i get!
genesis 3 poser 11.jpg
May be the problem is Daz studio 4.9?
posted at 1:26AM Wed, 27 July 2016
Got it working following all the steps carefully!! Thanks again everybody who made this happen!
posted at 4:58PM Tue, 26 July 2016
I got the same error : "the format of the input string is incorrect" as gaius when using the Genesis 3 Poser updater.... I used XL - Content Library to do the first part of the steps to create the Poser cr2.... I may try and do those steps in DAZ and see if I can get it to work. Thanks for the hard work of those putting the parts together.
posted at 10:51AM Thu, 21 July 2016
I had a lot of puzzling moments with very odd and unstable behaviour during the conversion process with Genesis 3 Male Fujio (a Kenji 7 morph). I solved my problem by luanching the DSON Support item from Poser's drop-down Scripts menu. I cleared the cache, and I got the conversion to work. So, must clear the DSON Support utility cache.
posted at 4:08AM Sat, 02 July 2016
Thank you very much!
posted at 3:00PM Fri, 01 July 2016
I use to be a Poser user but since 7, I been a hard core Studio user. Recently due to problems with DAZ (I refuse to update to their v4.9) and getting plug-ins for 4.8 that I know excist (they only want to sell me the 4.9 verson) I am seriously looking at moving back to Poser. I've already brought Debut and installed it, cost me less then a quarterly membership to PC+, to use get back into the Poser scene. If things go well,I can get 10 for $60, the $200 for 11 is just too far out of reach. Still, I'm hoping someone can figure out how to get this to work in 10 and will be crossing my fingers and hoping for the best.
posted at 4:44AM Tue, 28 June 2016
Thanks so much!
What is the outfit you have her in for your ad?
posted at 7:55PM Fri, 24 June 2016
awesome, but sadly doesnt work for me....not sure exactly what folders to put em in. Seems to work yet nothing shows up to load in poser, dont have a dson conversion folder.. rather confused at this point and dont see what else to try so will say thanks and walk away.
posted at 4:56PM Fri, 24 June 2016
A shame this doesn't work for Poser 9
posted at 4:03AM Thu, 23 June 2016
Oh my god, Thank you so much for all the work that went into this.
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