- Oct 16, 2021
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do you have any more bryce content? I haven't delved too deep into bryce and i personally think some of the daz 3d models are overpricedYup, I wouldn't bother with 2 anymore. 4 Supports .obj and has more features in general, including animation support. Sorry for wasting your time with 2.
It works perfectly fine on my Windows 98 VM, and it claims support for 95 as well. I suspect you won't have any issue installing.
My test object imported without issue (Blender model exported as obj), except for something very minor.
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Your model will appear completely white upon import. This is a simple materials problem that can be solved quickly. Here's a short guide:
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