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From: Gilles Tran
Subject: Re: Poseray ... no pose
Date: 24 Jun 2004 16:29:03
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"Grosch" <new### [at] gmxde> a écrit dans le message de
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> I use Poser5 to create a sitting person. I use the Poser5 nude man. I
append
> some clothes and export it as a.obj. file. If I open this .obj file in
> Poseray, the person lost his sitting pose. The Person has the standard
pose
> of Poser.

Unless something really goes wrong in your copy of Poser, it's more likely
that the obj file you opened in Poseray isn't the same that you thought you
exported (which is copied somewhere else). Do the date/hour of the obj file
and of the pz3 file match? That sort of problem certainly happened to me
before.

G.


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From: Jeremy M  Praay
Subject: Re: Poseray ... no pose
Date: 24 Jun 2004 17:52:41
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"Gilles Tran" <tra### [at] inapginrafr> wrote in message
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> "Grosch" <new### [at] gmxde> a écrit dans le message de
> news:40dafeb8@news.povray.org...
>
> > I use Poser5 to create a sitting person. I use the Poser5 nude man. I
> append
> > some clothes and export it as a.obj. file. If I open this .obj file in
> > Poseray, the person lost his sitting pose. The Person has the standard
> pose
> > of Poser.
>
> Unless something really goes wrong in your copy of Poser, it's more likely
> that the obj file you opened in Poseray isn't the same that you thought
you
> exported (which is copied somewhere else). Do the date/hour of the obj
file
> and of the pz3 file match? That sort of problem certainly happened to me
> before.
>


Or (as I have done), you may have exported frame 1 instead of, say, frame 30
if you posed the person in frame 30.

I've done that a couple of times when working with dynamic cloth.  I run the
simulation, and then export frame 1.  Oops.

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From: Grosch
Subject: Re: Poseray ... no pose
Date: 24 Jun 2004 23:15:52
Message: <40db60a8$1@news.povray.org>
haaahaaa...no..everything is wrong ;).  Now I tried it again
and.....shit...the right sitting pose in Poseray. Now I know why. Yesterday
I installed Poser without rebooting my computer. I remember there was a
message "Reboot your computer ?" after install Poser. I clicked "No".
Yesterday I tried it and the wrong .obj file was exportet. Last night I
turned off my computer.  Today....everything works fine. Thanks for your
help.....hahahahahahahaaaa....hmmm....I love it...

Bye Grosch

> Unless something really goes wrong in your copy of Poser, it's more likely
> that the obj file you opened in Poseray isn't the same that you thought
you
> exported (which is copied somewhere else). Do the date/hour of the obj
file
> and of the pz3 file match? That sort of problem certainly happened to me
> before.


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