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This video will walk you through the much-anticipated feature of importing your Daz characters into Character Creator 3.  You'll learn how to transfer skin weights, assign clothing to layers, edit the skin mesh, as well as apply CC3 morphs, clothing, and accessories to your imported Daz character.


  • Exporting from Daz
  • Importing with Transformer
  • Applying Reallusion Content
  • Mesh Editing

In this tutorial video, you'll learn about how you can save all of your Daz assets into Reallusion's Character Creator format... everything from hair and shoes to clothing and accessories!


  • Creating & Exporting Daz Characters
  • Importing to Character Creator
  • Saving Cloth Hair & Accessories
  • Applying Saved Daz Content

This tutorial will show you how to fix some of the more common issues that may arise when trying to import your Daz characters into Character Creator 3.  This tutorial should not be missed for anyone who is using Daz content together with iClone and Character Creator.


  • Changing Auto-hide settings
  • Modifying Daz Content Data Files
  • Hiding/Revealing Character Mesh
  • Harmonizing Different Character Meshes
  • Applying T-Pose

This video will walk you through the updated process for both Basic and Advanced methods of importing your Daz character with it's various textures in FBX format into iClone.  


  • Importing with CC3 Default Textures
  • Basic Import with FBX Material Bake
  • Advanced Load with All Textures Baked

This tutorial demonstrates how you can create an import profile in the form of a .ini file in order to facilitate automatic texture map assignments to your character imported with the Transformer tool.  If you import characters into CC3 often using the Transformer tool, this is a huge time-saver!

  • Auto-load Issue: Different Names
  • Auto-load Issue: Baked Textures

This quick tutorial demonstrates how you can export your Daz poses via FBX format and convert them to iMotion to use with your beautiful and photo-realistic IRay renders.  You'll learn how to export single poses as well as multiple poses simultaneously.

  • Applying & Exporting Poses from Daz
  • Converting FBX poses to iMotion

>> Transformer-related tutorials can be found HERE.

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is this if you only have the pipeline version of cc3 I purchased the iclone 7 pipeline when it came out so apparently we don't get the pipeline version of cc3

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Hi... Yes you require the Pipeline version you use this feature. You can see the differences between versions HERE.




                                                                

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This alone almost made the pipeline upgrade worthy Smile


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