i have my 32 bit dll file in the daz 32bit directory and i eliminated the 64 bit daz and faceshop all together.I have contacted pantomat directly and we went through the files and a bunch of steps but they cannot help me.They said that they have never herd of this issue and the bug has to be with daz studio.
I got face shop plugin working for faceshop 7ez. It loads fine with daz studio, with the new dll download on the site at pantomat.
But now when i load the plugin from daz/ edit/ faceshop it asks for a name to give the head morph and then loads a blank faceshop window (the standalone version opens to a file select window plus the blank in the back ground til you select a picture etc.)..... I click file in faceshop and new to generate the file select to start a face.Normally when you are done with creating the face an ok button will be in place of the exit button.)According to instruction manual)Except my problem the exit button is there.I click exit and then faceshop closes and daz says cannot create morph cause faceshop unexpectedly closed.
I contacted Pantomat directly and we went thru the steps of finding any problems but found none.Then after going thru all that they sent an email saying and im quoting “I never heard this type of problem
Ii in standalone mode everything OK ?
if yes, the bug at Studio”
I responded that standalone works perfectly but Daz 4.5 wont allow me to morph the head with morphloader. Which makes exporting the obj would be out of the question.
They haven’t responded back… please any help is needed :(
This is one confusing message. Yes, we tried to help via email, but seems like things get lost in communication (which by the way was NOT with Pantomat at all but with Abalone LLC, co-developers of Faceshop in California). Whatever you do, pls. DO NOT eliminate the Faceshop program!
As before I am more than happy to provide tech support and trouble shoot.
Pls. call at 650-302-0894 between 8am and 5pm Pacific Standard Time.
If you are outside the country, we can also skype (my skype name is “lasloves”).
Pls. call. Pretty please!