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Daz to Blender Bridge: How to use the official script

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Nazzareno Giannelli writes:

A few days ago, Daz 3D released four different scripts that connect Maya, 3ds Max, Cinema 4D and Blender to Daz Studio in order to bring high quality, fully rigged and fully shaded characters into our 3d software of choice.

In this tutorial, we will see how to install and use this powerful bridge between Daz Studio and Blender 2.8+. We will be able to bring a fully rigged Genesis 8 character, modify the shaders, pose the character, and even create new morph targets we can then send back to Daz.

 

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Nazzareno Giannelli

The beauty of interior design and architecture, the interactivity and flexibility of digital art. My job is to create interactive experiences grounded into reality, to bring content, tools and knowledge to other creatives allowing them to express themselves. After many years as a 3D artist I am now shifting toward more technical skills like scripting and pipeline optimization. I love bringing visuals, interaction and sounds all together for a fulfilling experience, taking the users to new places, letting them explore.

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