..OK I really feel stoopid, and I mean Stoopid.
A lot of members here know how vehement I’ve been regarding the latest version of Studio and Genesis.
So I went and did a bad thing…
...I loaded up all the stuff I had accumulated for Studio 4.5 (some of which I didn’t even realise I had), fired it up and gave it one more chance before deciding to uninstall the whole mess from my system.
OK, I’ll admit, I was surprised at how well it actually worked considering my system’s specs scrape the bottom of the barrel with regards to the proggie’s minimum requirements.
Oh, there were a few small issues, manly the viewport going blank while adjusting morphs or a pose, but that was fixed by undoing the last action. and approaching it a bit more slowly.
It didn’t crash like I expected it to, not during scene setup (albeit it was a simple scene), or the render process. The first render I tried used a UE light set with raytracing, stalled at 6% but didn’t crash. Cancelled that and surprisingly, the operation cleared instantly (unlike in 3A where it kept going sometimes for quite a while). I then changed the light set and started the render process again without closing the app and restarting it first—and it didn’t crash!.
and surprisingly, after months, no years, of frustration, I actually kind of enjoyed what I was doing again.
So here I sit with a big plate of Crow (and a big bottle of Sriracha) in front of me.
...she really looks the way Leela should look…
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