The Daz to Unreal Bridge brings your Daz Library from Studio to your other favorite software. Now you can create with the Daz 3D content you love, no matter where you work.

Use the Daz to Unreal quickly and easily
    Open your character in Daz Studio.
  • Locate and open the Daz to Unreal Bridge, which can be found at the top of Studio under Scripts>Bridges>Daz to Unreal.
  • Click on ‘Daz to Unreal’ in the above path to run the script.
  • In Unreal, click ‘x’ on the keyboard and type ‘DaztoUnreal’ when the search icon apears; then choose ‘Auto-Import.’
  • That’s it!
Watch your Daz Library come to life in the software of your choice
Daz to UNREAL works with versions 2016- 2020.
Version Details

Version: 4.0

Size: 116.5MB

Windows Only

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1. Community Additions:
  • Blueprint Example and Automation for using Epic’s Livelink with Genesis 8.1 Characters.
    • Developer: David Vodhanel
    • Instructions: found here
  • Blueprint Example and Automation for using FaceFX with Genesis 8
    • Developer: David Vodhanel
    • Instructions: found here
  • Daz Control Rig Added for Genesis 8 and Genesis 8.1 (Experimental)
    • Developer: GutoCrafts
    • Original Branch: Github
    • Can be found under Content here.
  • Can now Export Pose Assets directly from Daz.
    • Developer: David Vodhanel
2. Other Features:
  • Can now remove Asset Name in Material’s name during import.
  • Reduced the default Eye Moisture Opacity from .04 to .01

1. Open up your character in Daz Studio.
2. At the same time, have your Unreal Project open for an automated process.
3. Make sure any clothing or hair is parented to the main body.
4. Locate Daz to Unreal under File > Sent to... > Daz to Unreal.
5. A dialog will pop up and choose where you wish to export too; choose the name you wish the folder in Unreal to be and choose what type of conversion you wish to do: either “Stash Mesh” (no skeleton), “Skeletal Mesh” (Character or with joints), or “Animation” (character must already be transfer).
6. Choose which Morphs you wish to transfer (unstable at the moment).
7. Leave the port as default if you wish the file to automatically import in Unreal.
8. Once you press accept, the file will transfer over in Unreal. If this does not happen automatically in the bottom left press import and locate the file where you exported to with the .dtu extension.

Starting an Import Manually

9. After that you are done and your character is ready for your game!

A Bridge is a cross-platform port that converts 3D Assets — in this case, amazing Daz content — and brings it to another software, complete with rigging, textures, and other Studio modifications.

Genesis 8 & 3 Content works with the Unreal Bridge.

The Daz to Unreal Bridge works with Unreal versions 4.23 - 4.25 .

• Strand-based hair will have difficulty transferring.
• Michael and Victoria 4 Content and Genesis 1 Content are not guaranteed to transfer to Unreal using the bridge. Some Genesis 2 Content may transfer, but success of transfer (including rigging, textures, etc.) will vary item by item.
• Environments are not natively supported.
• Assets can not be in groups.
• Instances are not supported.
• Joint Orientation of the skeletons will not transfer. • If you want to use animation in Unreal for a Genesis 8 Character, you will need to bring in the default Genesis 8 Male first.
Using Animation in Unreal

• Some texture formats are not natively supported and follow these steps to fix it: Daz to Unreal: Error Importing Texture
• Unless manually changed assets will not work without the plugin enabled.
• Not all morphs will transfer correctly and cause issues when retargeting animation but, you can test it out and see which morphs will come over.
State of Morphs