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Does anybody know if there's a way to export poses from Poser to iClone and apply just the pose to my iClone character? I don't want the Poser character, just the pose. I haven't bought Poser yet (and I let my free trial run out without trying it) and I wanted to know if it was possible to do this before purchasing. I have imported poses and animations from Mixamo to 3DXchange and then to iClone. Just need to know if something similar is possible from Poser.
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You can certainly export poses from Poser to use in iClone 7. Just apply the poses to a V4 or M4 character in Poser and export to FBX. Then 3DXchange 7 will auto-detect the V4 or M4 character.

Please check out the tutorial below. This is for Daz Studio but if you follow the same steps using a V4 or M4 character in Poser the process will be the same.

https://youtu.be/1AnfSUVWkls



                                                                

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Thank you for this! I learned a lot. I didn't know you could split animations into poses in 3DXchange or that you could use Daz for custom poses. This was very helpful.



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