Poser Basics - Learn about Poser

Poser Basics - File Structure

Some advanced Poser users obtain added control over their work by editing the source files directly instead of, or in addition to, using the Poser application.

File Types for Each Element

Poser uses separate files for each character, prop, light, and camera, as well as other files for particular character details (face, hands, etc.). These files typically reside in Poser's Runtime folder. The Poser installer automatically creates folders and inserts files into their correct locations.

While each type of Poser file has a separate extension and purpose, each of the file types discussed in this manual (with the exception of OBJ and non-native Poser formats) follows the same general format and uses one or more subsets of the overall Poser command/parameter structure. Please refer to the Poser end user license agreement (eula) in part 1 of this manual for information regarding the legal uses of the Poser file formats and structures.





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