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I have it on today’s list. I will see if I can dig up the files so we can re-link them for you. I am aware these were on ours, but in general, if files are not hosted by us, we won’t be able to ‘fix’ the AZ docs. Just a general FYI.
lots have asked about dyntomorphs esp on the Carrara forum,
it is the only way to get pz3 files with Poser cloth sims into Carrara animated.
I have the py script from the old site still fortunately but it does contain a copyright so only Daz can redistribute it from the old tutorial page.
unfortunately there does not appear to be anywhere else on the web you can get this script.
When you move to a new house, will you drop all your good stuffs (family photos, clothes, documents, etc.) and good computer?
Similarly, when you move to a new website, why would you drop all good tutorials and related files? They are all DAZ3D treasures!
That is a very old tutorial, as it refers to using Poser5 or Poser 6.You would probably be better asking if anyone knew of a current tutorial to acheive whtat you are trying to do.
I have to disagree here. Although the “dyn_to_morphs” Python script was written a few years ago (2005), what it does exactly the same as the Freeze simulation” script does in Daz Studio . It transforms the simulation into morphs so we can export it to Carrara, or Cinema 4D, and it still does it very well. Besides, there is no new alternative.
Yes ok, it has been accepted that the files in question should have been attached to the tutorial, and DAZ_KatBriggs, who is Documentation lead for Daz3d has statedd in this thread that she is trying to locate the files in order to restore them to the tutorial.