I downloaded some Daz Studio content bundles designed for interactive lessons…most for free! But where do I find the lessons themselves?
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Found a couple there but not the “slaying the dragon” or others ilke it.
They’ll also be in Content Library > DAZ Studio Formats > [your library] > DAZ Studio Tutorials
I see folders in that Tutorials folder, but it just has .duf and .png files…which I gather are the contents for the tutorial, but not the tutorial itself.
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What version of DAZ Studio are you using? I think version 22.214.171.124 or higher is required..
I’m using 126.96.36.199 for a Mac.
dkutzera - 24 May 2014 08:14 PMI’m using 188.8.131.52 for a Mac.
Ah, that’s the issue, interactive tutorials were added later. You can still use the content and presets, but the tutorials themselves won’t work in that version.
Given that I’ve bought some models recently I’d have thought there’d be an auto-update reminder. I’ll look into downloading the latest version.
Same problem here…
and i have DS 184.108.40.206
Could there be something else wrong?
I installed the latest version of Daz Studio and a couple of the tutorials appear, but not the dragon slaying or sic fi ones.
Where should they appear in fact?
I neiver used tutorials but thought since i got them for free i’d try them out.
Just follow the bouncing arrow….
I would Highlight the interactive bar but I turned it off in my interface.. If on it lives on the Bottom Right of your Viewport Screen…
Here we go Turned it back on….
The moment i get back behind pc, i’ll check it out.