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DAZ High heels to Character Creator 3

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Has anyone figured out the workflow for high heels to CC3 I tried the workflow from when we used to use 3DXchange however that doesn't work any help appreciated
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Do not adjust the position of the legs of the Daz character, but just bring in with the feet...weird.

In CC3 you select the shoes and then go to the High Heels tab (or whatever it's called) and adjust the feet there.



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yes I tried that. I applied the tpose then reset the feet to the high heel pose then exported they come in all whacked out I thought we would have a t pose for high heels but I didn't see one

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oh sorry I guess I didn't read all that where is there a tab for high heels

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Right -- DON'T reset the feet in Daz, leave them odd looking (in the standard T-Pose).  Sometimes the shoes come in with the feet adjusted -- put the T-Pose back on then.



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ok thanks mike by the way thanks for the tutorial's hope to see more soon
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Sure, anytime you need one let me know (I came *this* close to making one just now for the high heels, but I'm right in the middle of coding some iClone Python so it's probably better I stick with it).



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