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On 06/09/2003 at 13:34, xxxxxxxx wrote:
hi i got a little problem...im a beginner in 3d but i need to export an animation from poser5 in cinema4d.8 with bones and all the obj. thers a way in poser4 but u also need the poserpropack installed and cinema4d.7
i also tried to export the motion and the bones as .bvh
and the obj. as .3ds
but it didnt work probberly in cinema4d8.
do u know if theres an other way to export the whole scene form poser5 to cinema4d8 ?
On 16/09/2003 at 06:15, xxxxxxxx wrote:
You can export each Poser frame (or a reasonable array of frames though I wouldn't go faurther than every 5) as an obj. Take frame 1, duplicate it, and scale it up in C4D. Then take the duplicate and the remaining frames and use them as morph targets. This is the easiest and most flawless way to do that without the pro pack. You could also use the any motion capture software that supports Poser and C4D (there are a few but you may as well buy the pro pack). Or you could just export one Poser frame as an obj and bone it in C4D.
On 16/09/2003 at 06:17, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Oh, and make sure you don't export any body parts, etc. that you don't want seen (like genitals). You can do this when the hierarchy editor pops up in Poser by unchecking the boxes for the things you don't want to export.