Here’s the situation, I bought Poser (some of you will think that a bad move, I know, but stay with me). Poser and Blender don’t talk to eachother, and I’ve noticed that I’m not the only person worried about it here on elysiun. After two weeks of trying to find a way to get them to work together I finally found this freeware program called Breeze.
check out it’s import export abilities:
Import Autodesk 3D-Studio™ 3DS format models.
Import AutoCAD™ 2D and 3D DXF files.
Import Wavefront, RAW and point data in several ASCII formats
Export POV Raytracer 2.0 & 3.0 scenes and animations
Export RenderMan RIB, VRML scenes, Polyray, AutoCAD DXF, Wavefront.
do any of those formats sound farmiliar?
here are the ones that caught my eye: Wavefront (OBJ) RAW (raw triangle) DXF (if you don’t know… never mind…) and VRML.
DXF, VRML and RAW are all files types Blender can export and it can import RAW.
Poser can import DXF (not from blender for some strange reason) and OBJ
Finally, no more fishing around for python scripts for non programers like me! I’m going to continue to design with Blender (from what I can find, the best freeware 3-D designer on the net) and then export to Breezer (a 3-d designer itself, but no way it’ll take Blender’s place) and then export those designs to Poser to use it’s advanced features to make them interact.
In any case, has anyone got any experience with Breeze. I’m sure Blender knocks in out of the park, but still, is it any good?