Based on the demonstration on you tube and the limited amount of information I bought this add on.. All I can say is that its extremely misleading in how you need to use it ... it also should be stated that its not compatilble with the latest release of daz studio ... it crashes daz all the time and has been a waste of money ... mainly due to the fact that it is misrepresented in your online store ....
I think the promo’s are rather good in showing how they work. They illustrate the steps as an animation, which is precisely how all dynamic items work in Daz Studio. They’re essentially like any other dynamic item, but with additional handles designed to give you that extra degree of control. The promo’s show a step-by-step process in them, detailing how to achieve certain effects with them. Credit where credit is due.
As for the crashing, that’s not entirely down to the product. Unfortunately, the dynamic clothing plugin is designed by OptiTex and has more than a few quirks. One of the reasons I also use minimal dynamic cloth, if any, is because in the free version at least it seems very unstable. Simply reposing a figure with draped cloth on it can cause Daz Studio to crash at times, and more complex scenes suffer from it more than most.
Still, this isn’t the thread for that discussion.
Narbouk, when working with dynamic items you need to think in terms of animation even for still figures. The process of calculating how the cloth moves is done using animation frames (called a drape) and while simple drapes can be done with a static figure, more difficult poses will require the figure to move along with the cloth item. This will require you to create a short animation to get the desired results.