Can anybody replicate this?

Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
edited July 2012 in Carrara Discussion

Looking for confirmation from a 3rd party. This is a Millennium Dragon 2, scaled up 500-600%. Carrara really doesn't like it, but DS4 has no problems. EDIT TO REINSERT MUNCHED INFO: This was loaded from a .duf file saved from DS4.5rc3.


Latest beta. Windows 32bit.


Kendall

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  • AscaniaAscania Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Oh, looks like Carrara doesn't do bends.

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 1,027
    edited December 1969

    I scaled mine from 500 to 7,500% posed and unposed with no probs

    Carrara 8.5beta 64

    image of dragon scaled at 7,500% & posed

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,564
    edited December 1969

    Did you do a pose where it asked if you wanted to leave limits on or turn them off? If so, did you turn them off?

  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
    edited December 1969

    Did you do a pose where it asked if you wanted to leave limits on or turn them off? If so, did you turn them off?


    Nope. Posed in DS4 saved as .duf, I'm trying to determine where the issue may lie.


    Kendall

  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
    edited December 1969

    It seems related to the .duf saved by ds4. Everything is within limits, but when pulled into C it mangles the poor dragon. The larger the scale the more the damage.


    Thanks everyone. I didn't want to report something until I could determine the issue.


    Kendall

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,564
    edited December 1969

    Did you do a pose where it asked if you wanted to leave limits on or turn them off? If so, did you turn them off?


    Nope. Posed in DS4 saved as .duf, I'm trying to determine where the issue may lie.


    Kendall


    That information would have more relevant in the first post. Stezza posted an example, but it could have been loaded directly from the Carrara Browser. If the method of import was mentioned, Stezza or someone else could have attempted your method as well, and confirmed the bug. Still can, but it would lead to less confusion.

  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
    edited December 1969

    Did you do a pose where it asked if you wanted to leave limits on or turn them off? If so, did you turn them off?


    Nope. Posed in DS4 saved as .duf, I'm trying to determine where the issue may lie.


    Kendall


    That information would have more relevant in the first post. Stezza posted an example, but it could have been loaded directly from the Carrara Browser. If the method of import was mentioned, Stezza or someone else could have attempted your method as well, and confirmed the bug. Still can, but it would lead to less confusion.


    It *was* there when I initially created the post. There was an error submitting (login-logout dancing) and it looks like that part got munched. I didn't see that it was missing until your post. And yes, that does make a big difference. :-)


    Kendall

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,564
    edited December 1969

    Did you do a pose where it asked if you wanted to leave limits on or turn them off? If so, did you turn them off?


    Nope. Posed in DS4 saved as .duf, I'm trying to determine where the issue may lie.


    Kendall


    That information would have more relevant in the first post. Stezza posted an example, but it could have been loaded directly from the Carrara Browser. If the method of import was mentioned, Stezza or someone else could have attempted your method as well, and confirmed the bug. Still can, but it would lead to less confusion.


    It *was* there when I initially created the post. There was an error submitting (login-logout dancing) and it looks like that part got munched. I didn't see that it was missing until your post. And yes, that does make a big difference. :-)


    Kendall


    Yeesh! I wish they'd get these forums back up to speed! I know the old ones were held together by spit and baling twine, but at least they had a certain inherent functionality.

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 1,027
    edited December 1969

    with the extra info added, this has been replicated.

    Latest DazStudio 4.5B

    Latest Carrara 8.5B

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  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
    edited December 1969

    Stezza said:
    with the extra info added, this has been replicated.

    Latest DazStudio 4.5B

    Latest Carrara 8.5B


    Thanks for your effort. Do you want to report it, or shall I?


    Kendall

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 1,027
    edited December 1969

    you can... I can't or couldn't on the old site ever get into that section. ;)

    cheers

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