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DAZ3d Scene (building/props) to iClone workflow?

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I've had similar problems with a robot from Daz -- it was actually rigged on two skeletons, and I was never able to import properly.

As a rule the only thing I can do are environments and props -- I stay away from figures (but there are lots of experienced folks here who do use Daz figures).



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- it was actually rigged on two skeletons, and I was never able to import properly.



Like say  say in other tread, maybe only  an mistake in the settings

Can you show the export setting ,  . If a DAZ Figures is waered as droid . it is like conforming Cloth rigged and need to  merge to one armture for 3D xchange .


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Hai friends ,
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Compared to import daz model, more easily import model from sketchup.
This case about building model.

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Can you show the export setting ,  . If a DAZ Figures is waered as droid . it is like conforming Cloth rigged and need to  merge to one armture for 3D xchange 

Here are some pictures Vidi. Like Kelleytoons said, It seems like the character is split into 2 skeletons when converting to a non standard character. I did not decimate or change any texture resolutiosn but I think this is a low polygone model.

Thank you for your Help!

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Looks like the suit is a prop. looking at the settings or what is it referring to the Geometry shell in the scene? Might try Turing on props see what happens when importing 
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I tried with the Props export option enabled.  I then I  tried  with both the Props  and "convert clothing to static geometry "export options enabled with the same results.

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How about converting the suit to a prop.

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How about converting the suit to a prop.

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Are you talking about just the suit or the whole android?  If I turn the whole android into an object than I loose my facial motion capabilitie isn't it? I have no idea how to turn the suit into a prop and rig it to my character in iclone after.    Perhaps you can shed the light on how to do this...  Smile  

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I did a tutorial early on how to convert to props.






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