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Tutorial: Importing A Talking DAZ Animal

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The DAZ Millennium animals have visemes that we can use in the Expression Editor of 3DXchange if we characterize the animals as "Non Standard" avatars.

This probably works for the talking cars from DAZ as well.


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Here are the profiles I used. One for the body characterization, and one for the ExEd morph setup. I only did the eye blink for the muscle setup, as you might want to do your own mix of ear posititions, or something.

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Thank you so much.  That was very informative. 
I now have a talking Mil Cat!

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Rampa (4/15/2018)

The DAZ Millennium animals have visemes that we can use in the Expression Editor of 3DXchange if we characterize the animals as "Non Standard" avatars.

This probably works for the talking cars from DAZ as well.




I'm in need of a very high resolution "Tiger"...I found the Daz Big Cat set and wanted to know if  your profile will work with this set AND how to do the conversion! (Please not that I'm stepping out of my comfort zone. :dozeSmile

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STILL LEARNING!!!


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Sorry to necro this post but I'm attempting to convert the daz cat to iClone. I got a creepy result that I was hoping I could get some help with.

I used the profiles in the zip provided by Rampa. Still have this. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

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Pretty easy fix. All I had to do was delete the initial pose/motion.

Totally worked and looked fine.



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