PGDM Vs MBA



  • More often than not, the Difference Between MBA Vs PGDM is considered the same thing. Understanding the difference between the two as an aspirant allows you to plan, structure set new targets and discover opportunities to align your decisions for your present and future prospects. So, let's get right to it. According to the business magazines and student-centric websites, 90% out of the top 100 institutes offer PGDM courses in India which cater to providing a holistic experience. MBA colleges are anywhere far behind compared to PGDM colleges in ranking but offer standards that are uniform and globally accepted. In institutes offering PGDM, the faculty are more qualified and bring the latest corporate learnings unlike in MBA colleges which have outdated rules of universities that restrict this aspect of the spectrum. Except for the PGP programs offered by IIMs and a few other top B-schools, MBA programs are much older. These MBA colleges have created a huge alumni base as compared to newer PGDM colleges.



  • My bad. I forgot it was for a piece of clothing and not a character. Exporting the clothing as a cr2 will also work.



  • I see, well this time it was for a top, so I just exported the top itself and now I can use it like the original top + the morphs :D



  • I see you figured it out.

    Saving morphs can be done in several ways. There's OBJ export/import, INJ/REM using the available channels and ExP Export, which is like INJ/REM but you have the ability to make your own channels. If you have DS4 Pro, you should be able to do an ExP Export.



  • I managed to figure it out with another tutorial, seems like you can't select the object itself that you want to allpy the morph to, but instead the joints that affect the area you want to morph.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoGqfV8E7Co

    The question now is how the hell you save the morph so that you can use it later.



  • I should probably have mentioned that the top is made for V4 and fitted to V4, has nothing to do with Genesis at all, I figured that it was almost the same for both of them but I guess it's not. :D
    That's the closest I've gotten, there aren't really any tutorials for creating morphs for V4 that I can find.

    Here's what my groups look like for the top when I have the Dformer there.



  • For Gen4 and below, to spawn a morph made with d-forms/magnets, you have to select the body part(s). For Genesis, you have to select the body since Genesis is a single group mesh, unlike Gen4. I don't know how you arrange the groups on your top (it its made for Genesis or Gen4 and then auto fitted to Genesis).


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