I’ve been a big fan of DAZ for years and have been learning and playing with version 3.2 for a while. It got to the point where it was fun and easy but I was pushing my old video card and 2 gig of Ram to the limits. I’m no expert on computer stuff but I knew I needed more. A good friend who is one of those computer savy guys hooked me up with a new GeForce GTX560 video card, upped me to 8 gig of Ram and I installed windows 7 64 bit. Now I’m still struggling with the new format of Daz 4 Pro (Downloaded the 64 bit version today), but I figure I’ll get used to it eventually. (Daz 3 was like an old buddy. I miss it!) My question would be, what can I do to set up my system and Daz studio to get the most out of my new stuff. I’d like to make renders go faster and eventually get into the animation.
The way I understand it, DS3.2 and DS4.x are loaded in 2 different directorys.
So you can have and run both on the same system at the same time. So why give up an old friend?
Just set up DS 3.2 on the new system exactly the way you had it on the old system and get back to making art.
On a faster system it will just fly! At the same time you can play around with DS 4.x until you are up to speed.
And they can share external runtimes, I try to keep my content segregated, if it wasn’t made by DAZ, it goes in an external runtime.