Hmm, I just downloaded this pack, and although the installation was a bit of a mess, I cleaned it up and everything seems to work in B7 Pro:
There are tuts in there, I have not gone through them yet. It comes as a bushel basket of separate installers. On another note, even though these are older installers, the files were not all corrupted. I need to re-download the largest one, but the others were fine.
I have everything extracted, but where does it all go?
Ahem! That was the challenge. Bryce is a funny animal. It insists on having all its content installed in the same place as the executable. On a Vista/Win7 system, this forces you to install the program somewhere OTHER than in Program Files (x86), which is where a 32 bit program would go by default. A simple choice would be C:\Bryce, or on any other drive.
Once you pass that test, the next is where to actually put stuff. Bryce7, AFAIK, wants all installed content in the “Presets” folder found directly in the top of the installation. There are sub folders. Scene files can essentially go anywhere, as you just load them from the File menu. The older installers insisted on creating folders like “Daz Content” and “Content” which I believe do not match the Presets convention. I’m far from a Bryce expert, but I merged the installed content into the existing Presets folders of the correct category (Skies, Textures, etc) and I was able to find them in the various Bryce menus, so it sees them now. I don’t know what would have happened if I had left them in the “Daz Content” folders.