When you add any new figures or morph packs to the base genesis figure in DS,. then from that point on, any new genesis figure you add to a scene will have all the available shape variations included,. so you don’t need to inject or remove morphs any more.
If you load a figure in Carrara, then save it to the Carrara browser,. you’re really just saving the scene with genesis in it,.
As Araneldon mentions, this also happens in DS, when you save a scene, you’re saving the genesis figure “as it is”
so, if you load that scene again,. then the figure will be the same,. it won’t update itself with any new morphs added to the program.
If the CMS is switched off, then you don’t get the advantage of the automatically updated smart content display, depending on what figure, or item you’ve got selected in the scene.
It only deals with Daz3D products which contain Meta-data,. and any other products you may have are ignored completely.
The CMS is the smart content supplier, which reads the database of product meta-data, and updates the smart content displayed in carrara. and it’s a HUGE timesaver.
You select a shirt or dress in the instance list, and the shaders for that item are right there for you in the smart content.
no need to browse through any folders.
If you’re still stuck on the possibility of privacy issue when using the CMS, “possibly communicating with external systems”.
Disconnect your internet cable from your computer.
The cost in staff time of tracing user products, which ” potentially ” could be being used without a licence ,... is more than the cost of the product. ...so that’s would be a pointless use of a really useful technology.