Where is the subdivision setting in poser 2012?

reko34reko34 Posts: 94
edited December 2016 in Poser Discussion

Where is the subdivision setting in poser 2012? The genesis model is simplified compared to previous models like victoria 4 and definitedly needs subdivision before render. I saved the cr2 via Daz Studio so I can't use the subdivision option in DSON importer. If I turn on 'smooth' in render option, all figures in the scene are affected. But I can't find a subdivision option in the normal menu.

Edited to add the rest of the question to the body of the post

Post edited by Richard Haseltine on

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  • Does Poser 2012 have SubD? I (vaguely) thought it was a new feature in 2014.

  • LeanaLeana Posts: 9,333
    edited December 2016

    Does Poser 2012 have SubD? I (vaguely) thought it was a new feature in 2014.

    Subdivision was indeed added in P10/PP2014.

    Post edited by Leana on
  • WandWWandW Posts: 2,424

    Richard is correct.  You can enable smoothing in Firefly and set the crease angle for the Genesis figure to 170 and it will look better rendered, but it of course will affect the entire scene.  However, one can turn off smoothing for items adversly affected using SnarlyGribbly's free Scene Fixer script...

    http://snarlygribbly.org/snarlyspace/legacy/scenefixer.html

    If resource useage is the reason you are not bringing it in via DSON, JoePublic put together a tutorial for turning Genesis into a native Poser figure that still utilizes some of the features of the DSON importer, such as morph transfer to conformers.....


    https://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/?thread_id=2874212

     

  • reko34reko34 Posts: 94

    Thank you guys.

    I thought DSON importer just used an existing function of poser because its name is 'importer'. It looks like poser is one step behind a DAZ plugin.

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