- I learned that you can import Poser files into DAZ studio and save them as DAZ files, which can then be imported into Blender. However, these files are slightly different from the native DAZ files, and they caused some errors in the import scripts. These bugs should now be ironed out.
- The Rigify add-on was changed in Blender 2.79, which caused Rigify conversion of DAZ armatures to stop working. The new RC should work with both old and new Rigify.
Poser importHere is how to get a Poser file into Blender. Start by importing the file into DAZ Studio.
Apparently the clothes fitting is not perfect.
We could save the character as a DAZ file now, but then we would not be able to pose her in Blender, because Poser figures are skinned with envelopes whereas the DAZ importer only handles vertex groups. Fortunately, we can convert to vertex groups in DAZ Studio.
This step has to be repeated for every figure in the scene, i.e. for each piece of clothing.
JSON fitting for details.