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DAZ Carrara 8 Pro

If I had to do it over again, at this time, I would not start with Poser. Instead, I would download a free version of Daz Studio and start generating images with that first. Image rendered in Daz Studio 4.

Poser Rendered in Poser 7, using Aiko 3 base. One of the biggest advantages of Poser, in my opinion, is that it has been around for a long time, therefore, there is a lot of content for it. Many vendors are very familiar with Poser, and there are loads of 3D-products that are available for the platform.

In addition, it has a powerful dynamic cloth system, and a great material room i. I moved away from Poser mainly because rendering time was really long. Anything more than a simple figure took a long time to render, and the direct manipulation interface e. It became extremely painful to create, pose, and render even fairly simple scenes. I really wanted something that would give me greater control of the object polygons, smoother interface control, as well as faster rendering.

More recently, I decided not to move back to Poser, mainly because of the Genesis figure. One of the largest places for low cost 3D models is at Daz3D. More importantly, Daz also produces very popular human base models, such as their well known Victoria and Michael lines. Most of the outfits and accessories produced by 3D vendors support these two character lines. Earlier versions of Victoria and Michael are fully Poser compatible.

However, recently, Daz released a new generation of models based on their Genesis technology. In particular, generation 5 and above Victoria and Michael figures are now based on this new technology. While there is a format transfer solution for Poser, these figures and the clothing autofit tool that gives it a lot of flexibility, work best in Daz Studio. Rendered in Poser 7. Carrara After using Poser for several months, I decided to make the switch to Carrara at the end of As I described earlier, I wanted a faster renderer and more control of my object polygons.

While on sale, Carrara 7 was comparable in price to Poser, and at the time I liked it a lot better than Poser. Carrara was much faster than Poser. Carrara runs more smoothly than Poser on my computer, which makes it significantly easier to pose figures and clothing.

Image rendered in Daz Studio 4. Poser Rendered in Poser 7, using Aiko 3 base. One of the biggest advantages of Poser, in my opinion, is that it has been around for a long time, therefore, there is a lot of content for it. Many vendors are very familiar with Poser, and there are loads of 3D-products that are available for the platform. In addition, it has a powerful dynamic cloth system, and a great material room i.

I moved away from Poser mainly because rendering time was really long. Anything more than a simple figure took a long time to render, and the direct manipulation interface e. It became extremely painful to create, pose, and render even fairly simple scenes. I really wanted something that would give me greater control of the object polygons, smoother interface control, as well as faster rendering.

More recently, I decided not to move back to Poser, mainly because of the Genesis figure. One of the largest places for low cost 3D models is at Daz3D. More importantly, Daz also produces very popular human base models, such as their well known Victoria and Michael lines.

Most of the outfits and accessories produced by 3D vendors support these two character lines. Earlier versions of Victoria and Michael are fully Poser compatible. However, recently, Daz released a new generation of models based on their Genesis technology. In particular, generation 5 and above Victoria and Michael figures are now based on this new technology.

While there is a format transfer solution for Poser, these figures and the clothing autofit tool that gives it a lot of flexibility, work best in Daz Studio. Rendered in Poser 7. Carrara After using Poser for several months, I decided to make the switch to Carrara at the end of As I described earlier, I wanted a faster renderer and more control of my object polygons. While on sale, Carrara 7 was comparable in price to Poser, and at the time I liked it a lot better than Poser.

Carrara was much faster than Poser. Carrara runs more smoothly than Poser on my computer, which makes it significantly easier to pose figures and clothing. Rendering speed is also much faster in Carrara compared to Poser.

For example, the image below is generated using Carrara 7 with post-work in Photoshop. Install Manager can only uninstall what it has installed. It will not remove Carrara 8. Use the uninstaller in the ‘uninstallers’ folder. After you’ve done the above, launch Install Manager and log into it. Look up Carrara 8. If you have only Carrara 8. Your results will be similar to this screen shot below. They will differ if you are on a bit Windows system or if you are using the Mac.

For example, if you are using MacOS Check the box for Carrara 8. See the screen shot below. Install Manager will download the file to install Carrara 8.

DAZ Carrara 8 Pro

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