General weight mapping, if that’s what you are using, is more restrictive than TriAx or the Poser system - both of those use a different map for each axis, so for example you can distribute the twist along the length of the forearm while confining the bend to the elbow. Unless you are wanting your figure to be compatible with other applications which suffer the same limits then it makes more sense to use TriAx, which DS will export to CR2.
I’m scratching my head on this one it must be in the TriAx format the poser version of the figure has the weight maps same as the DS version all working perfectly, which is good for both Poser and DS people as they have separate figures. I still can’t understand why DSON poses are not exporting. That’s why I exported all the poses from DS as cr2 files then just save the poses from those cr2 files as pz2 and they work because all the bones names are the same in both version. Who knows just a long way of doing it but it works. Thanks guys