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  • @'LoChrome':

    Given that you can't use Genesis 3 in Poser and you have V-ray (via Max? Maya? C4D?), I'd stick with DS. If you really want to get fancy after you dress and pose your characters in DAZ, you can export an .obj to whatever program you're using for V-ray (maybe not SketchUp or Rhino), and do tricky stuff there. Otherwise, DS + Iray is a pretty good package.

    What are you doing? Still images? Animations?

    For still images, I'd say stick with Daz Studio. I have Poser and Octane, and started using Daz Studio 3-4 months ago due to Genesis 3 not being available in Poser (although it's becoming possible now).

    I prefer Daz's interface for most things. Also, like LoChrome mentioned, DS + Iray is a pretty good package. For quality, I'd say Daz Studio. For Poser, with any Genesis model you'll need to use DSON which isn't ideal. Since you're starting out, I'd definitely go Genesis 3 for the ladies. Quality mesh (model) with good Iray textures & shaders.



  • Ok. Thanks. I will try



  • Given that you can't use Genesis 3 in Poser and you have V-ray (via Max? Maya? C4D?), I'd stick with DS. If you really want to get fancy after you dress and pose your characters in DAZ, you can export an .obj to whatever program you're using for V-ray (maybe not SketchUp or Rhino), and do tricky stuff there. Otherwise, DS + Iray is a pretty good package.



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