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How to Use Third Party Content in Daz Studio

Monday, April 29 2019 by RenderHub

Have you ever wanted to use third party content with Daz studio, but weren't sure how to install and use it? In this video we will go over exactly how to install and use third party content in Daz Studio. Following these simple steps and pest practices will get you on your way to using content from any Daz artist you want.


This quick video can open up a whole new world of content for you to use.




User Comments
Wed, Nov 06, 2019
by b-yoshka

artist

This is how to fix a directories hierarchy from an old Windows archive. What I discovered is that some 3d party content, in particular sold here, were packed with one of old buggy zip utilites under Windows. Unpacking these under MacOS or Linux results in a flat list of files with backslash in their names, e.g. "People\Genesis 8 Female\Clothing\Foxy..." instead of creation of the directories People, People/Genesis 8 Female etc.

The following link https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/365738/380799

contains a python code which you save in a file, say, fixwindirs, for instance, in your home directory ~/

Then open a terminal window (Applications/Utilities/Console.app in MacOS), change its mode to executable:

chmod +x ~/fixwindirs

Then you change to the folder created when you unzipped the content

cd baddirectory

and execute this program:

~/fixwindirs

This should now create a proper directories structure with all the files renamed and moved to the right places




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