Profile Picture

Character Gallery

Posted By Lord Ashes Last Year
You don't have permission to rate!
Author
Message
Lord Ashes
Lord Ashes
Posted Last Year
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Month
Posts: 1.2K, Visits: 1.4K
Studying the CC GUI and the folders that are created when CC is installed there does not seem to be any support for showcasing finished iAvatar characters. It seems to me that especially when users have amassed a number of "completed" characters they may then want to use those as starting points for similar characters and thus a visual display of "completed" iAvatar characters could be very useful.
Yes, I realize can load iAvatar character into CC and then do whatever you want to with it but there isn't any CC tab which shows "completed" iAvatar characters. As such when loading a finished character to use as the base for a similar character, the user needs to rely on the file name as opposed to seeing a visual representation of the character.

There seems to be support for saving characters as ccProject files which can then be dropped into the Projects\Base or Projects\Clothed and this will make them available in the Base tab. However, it would be nice if the project tab (or a similar tab) would support iAvatar files because many users or content designers prefer iAvatar files because they are common to CC and iClone where as ccProject files need to be converted before they can be used in iClone (or they need to be pushed from CC).

Wish List Feature: Supplement the CC "project" tab to also display iAvatar files (in addition to ccProject file) or create a separate tab for displaying iAvatar characters.

"We often compare ourselves to the U.S. and often they come out the best, but they only have the right to walk on the grass while we have the right to smoke it"
Lord Ashes' Original



Reading This Topic