Poser Pro Application
If you are looking for Poser Pro Application, you have come to the right place. We explain what Poser Pro Application is and point you to the official download.
What is Poser Pro Application?
Poser Pro is a 3D animation software program from Smith Micro Software, Inc. that provides the user with a library of pre-rigged 3D characters that allow them to instantly add any character into the project. This means that the user is presented with a large selection of models that can be integrated into whatever type of project they are working on.
The characters, i.e. people and animals, come in various poses to provide the user with a selection of choices. The software also allows for instant 3D animation through features like Walk Designer, which automatically applies walking motion to the model; and Talk Designer, which integrates talking animation onto the model’s face.
Users are also able to apply bending effects on the models through the Weight Mapping feature included in the software. This application can be utilized on each bending pose, as well as on the body’s folds and bulges. Textured models can be used for still photos and animation videos.
Poser Pro can be installed on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms, for both Windows and Mac systems.
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File types supported by Poser Pro Application
Our users primarily use Poser Pro Application to open these file types:
About file types supported by Poser Pro Application
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Last updated: : March 9, 2013