What do I need to do to update to Poser 11.3?

Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 21,616
edited February 10 in Poser Discussion

I have not had my computer for a couple months but I have it back today.  I was wondering what do I need to do to update it to Poser 11.3?

edit: forgot to say I got Poser 11 a couple years ago, so I think I am elgible to get 11.3?

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  • rrwardrrward Posts: 296

    Is 11.3 out yet? Have you updated since Renderosity bought Poser from Smith Micro?

  • Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 21,616
    rrward said:

    Is 11.3 out yet? Have you updated since Renderosity bought Poser from Smith Micro?

    I have not updated it since Renderosity bought Poser.  I am trying to figure out how to do that now.

  • Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 21,616

    I think I got it updated but the library is taking forever to upload.  It finally did show some content, but I am not seeing all the extra free content I thought was supposed to be included.

  • rrwardrrward Posts: 296

    I think I got it updated but the library is taking forever to upload.  It finally did show some content, but I am not seeing all the extra free content I thought was supposed to be included.

    Did you download it? I think it's a seperate download from the program files. I haven't played with it much as I'm waiting for my RTX cards to be supported, which should be in the next update.

  • Dim ReaperDim Reaper Posts: 505
    edited February 17

    Poser 11.3 is not officially released yet, but the beta is available.

    Go to:posersoftware.com/downloadsand then click on "Download Additional Files (Licence Required) From there, you will be asked for your Poser 11 serial number.  Once you do that, the new page has zip files for new and legacy Poser 11 content, and the installers for the beta versions at the bottom.

    I've downloaded 11.3 and it seems to be working fine, but I'm stuck on testing with the RTX card because I seem to be missing a lot of basic P11 content.  Downloading it now though.

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  • Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 21,616
    rrward said:

    I think I got it updated but the library is taking forever to upload.  It finally did show some content, but I am not seeing all the extra free content I thought was supposed to be included.

    Did you download it? I think it's a seperate download from the program files. I haven't played with it much as I'm waiting for my RTX cards to be supported, which should be in the next update.

    I left my computer in the back of my ride's van over the weekend, so I could not use it until now.  Right now I am not using the strongest WiFi signal ever.

  • Dim ReaperDim Reaper Posts: 505

    Hmmm.  I'm both happy and disappointed.

    The 11.3 beta does indeed now support the RTX cards, and Superfly is soaring on the RTX 2080ti.  However, it seems (and I can confirm) that since 11.2 there is an issue that means that GTX 1080ti cards are much slower.  Pair a 1080ti with another card and it is back to working at the expected rendering speed.  Very strange.

    Currently though, rendering in Superfly with 2080ti+1080ti is very nice.  Now, I just need to remember properly how to use Poser since it's been a while.

  • rrwardrrward Posts: 296

    Hmmm.  I'm both happy and disappointed.

    The 11.3 beta does indeed now support the RTX cards, and Superfly is soaring on the RTX 2080ti.

    Have they fixed the resource selector for Superfly? They 11.2 selector lets yiu select any one card, or all of your cards, but not like Studio where you can choose the cards you want and leave out the cards you don't. (If that makes any sense at all.)

  • Dim ReaperDim Reaper Posts: 505
    edited February 19
    rrward said:

    Hmmm.  I'm both happy and disappointed.

    The 11.3 beta does indeed now support the RTX cards, and Superfly is soaring on the RTX 2080ti.

    Have they fixed the resource selector for Superfly? They 11.2 selector lets yiu select any one card, or all of your cards, but not like Studio where you can choose the cards you want and leave out the cards you don't. (If that makes any sense at all.)

    The options I could see in Superfly render settings were:

    5960x (cpu)

    2080ti

    1080ti

    2080ti+1080ti 

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  • Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 21,616

    I am getting several errors loading up Poser but the first one is this one.

    poser11_2issueloading.png
    408 x 179 - 10K
  • KeryaKerya Posts: 9,752

    Do you have a 32 bit Windows? The new PP11 is only 64bit - no 32bit version.

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