Post by simsilikesims on Aug 5, 2019 17:23:58 GMT -5
Say...is that DAZ3D? You do know DAZ3d sells models for their software. Genesis for example. However, I certainly could see the advantage, if the EULA allows it, of exporting Sims frameworks to DAZ3d so that DAZ3D objects (also available for purchase) could be scaled to size, exported to Blender, and reimported into Sims 4. FYI - I am referring to the software found at www.daz3d.com (mostly I currently just use their gallery images as rotating desktop wallpaper).
I just wanted to throw this out there as ninja ripper can be somewhat confusing at first cmar made a much more user friendly application made to rip sims from saved games. Here is a link to that if anyone would like.
Post by Benevolence-c on Oct 26, 2020 5:39:28 GMT -5
There is a new program that is specifically for extracting sims which includes the bones, I'm not sure if everyone is aware so I thought I'd link it here. I'd say it's far better than ninjaripper. Here is in depth video tutorial for the program.
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