thanks chohole & Sean for your answers ^_^
of course i’ll stay tuned in case there’s more coming.
about what to transfer where, maybe it depends too of where the focus of the picture is?
like, i’d want to show, i dunno, a prehistoric scene with awesome wild landscape, with a good terrain - and a tribe, but the people aren’t too near, and the emphasis is on the landscape, the people are rather props = bryce? but if the focus was more on the people, with close-ups or just them nearer, and the landscape is just decorative but clearly a background, i’d pick daz?
guess i’ll have to discover it by trial, as Sean said.
same for the whole tech aspect of what runs better.. once i manage to get my hands on the prog.
btw i don’t have 64-bit anyway, just a meager asus netbook running windows 7. it’s already a miracle that daz runs. laggy, crashy, but it runs as long as i keep my scenes very simple, and render middle-low quality. i didn’t even manage to get shadow rendering.. and light presets overkill the scene = crash.
animation, i didn’t even try, i mean if this thing crashes on 1 picture already… the memory is a big issue, as is the nonexistant graphic card (it’s an integrated chip).
still, those answers are important, as everything in the forum, for when i’ll own a better system ^^