Problem With InterPoser Pro Importing Poser Animation Into C4D
by James Kozick on Dec 20, 2013 at 1:10:54 am
I created a simple 10 second animation in Poser and wanted to test importing it into C4D using InterPoser Pro (IPP).
I animated James in Poser performing a simple ten second set of movements. In Poser, I was able to achieve a smooth set of movements which I rendered to a QuickTime movie which looked very good and smooth just like in Poser.
Then, I imported the same Poser animation into C4D using IPP. When I view the animation in C4D, it doesn't look the same. The movements seem stilted and off - as if James had acquired some strange muscle problem. I’ve tried varieties of IK settings in IPP to no avail. The QuickTime export from C4D shows the same stilted problems.
Poser does such good job of posing movements. C4D is such a 3D modeling and animation powerhouse - especially now with Cineware access to After Effects.
Is this a limitation of IPP? Am I possibly doing something wrong? Is there any other way to link Poser with C4D other than with IPP? Any suggestions?