No, the black line appears only in the preview, but for my it’s a problem, because I make videos in the preview, if I render, every video delay too much, that’s why I use the preview. And well… I think I’ll have to use the installed in poser directly, it’d be too hard to conform in DAz and export both items to work in poser. Anyway thank you for your advise
It worked!! Thank you so much!! :) Just a little problem. I installed the daz figures, but I prefer to export them from DAz because the ones are installed in poser seem to have a black line around them and if I export them from DAZ, the textures are much better.
I mean, the items can be loaded from runtime, but can’t be conform to the exported figures, only with the figures installed directly in poser, but well…I guess is much better than they can’t be loaded.
Thank you so much for you big help!
Do me a favor and put them in runtime under poser 2012. out of the download folder. I am going to go grab these and check the files.
if you want to contact me and do this faster i can give you my skype name if that would help
Are you exporting a CR2 from DAZ to import into Poser? If so, the CR2 is incompatible with DSON as the CR2 solution predates DSON. (It probably should be depreciated as Genesis no longer uses the export function to work in Poser). If you use the CR2, you have to export the clothing and accessories the same way and adjust the figure rigging as it’s missing scaling or joint centers are off (I forgot which).
Does the black line around the figure appear when rendering? (I think it’s the boundary between the base and subdivided figure).