Interesting Autofit Tricks
I rarely post at all, but figured I'd mention some interesting autofit tricks, and see what type of tips and tricks other people have played around with:
1.) Carrying over morphs across objects: If you place the dsf file for a piece of genesis clothing in the Contents>Data>Daz 3d> Genesis> Base >Projection Templates folder, you can then use that object as base for conversions and all it's morphs will carry over into the converted object. Where this would be handy is for things needing a cleavage fix, or morphs you would use a lot in similar products> For example, I believe the G-Suit has loosen cuffs, seam morphs, and the such- Put the G-suit dsf in the Bodysuit folder of the Projection templates, and try it next time you convert a bodysuit from V4- The original clothing's morphs + the G-suit morphs will both be in the newly converted object. Other useful items would be a long dress with a sitting morph or maybe the morphs from the Gen MFD, long hairs with the Wind and blow, right and left morphs, etc.
2.) Recycling second skins: It's quite feasible to take an object like Victoria 3, zero her and fit her to Genesis, and autofit her using the V3 option. Since it doesn't change the material groups, second skin outfits made for V3 would then work on the newly created figure.
Anyone have interesting uses of the autofit tool?