Poser 9 and Pro 2012 users need not purchase this product. Currently it is identical to the version that comes with Poser
Full or Partial Pose Files with Rotation, Translation, Scale
Morph Values quickly and easily with PoseWriter
Panel, the dockable
Python Panel for Poser 8 and Poser Pro 2010. It is a perfect
writing tool for figures but also works with object-based props; such
as hair, smart-props and stand alone objects.
Not only can PoseWriter Panel quickly and easily create Poses, but it
can be your Posing Assistant
when working with figures and props in the
PoseWriter Panel features an easy to use and select Parts List of
available body parts (or a singular entry for props). Only what
you select is affected or written as a Pose File. The list
changes in "real time" as you select figures or objects in the Scene.
The script also allows you to make Pre-Selections with one click when
working with figures, choosing none, all, the right side, left side,
right hand, left hand, right foot or left foot. With the
exception of "none", selections will all add to any parts currently
You can easily copy poses from one figure to another, either fully or
You can zero out rotations and translation dials and set scales to 100%
for any parts selected in the script's Parts List. You can even
do these all at once. Furthermore, fine control is also included,
allowing you to zero only the X, Y or Z-Axis of part rotations.
You can apply Symmetry and Mirroring functions easily and
intelligently. If you select the right parts of a figure, you can
mirror that to the left. If you select both sides, you can flip
those symmetrically (along the Y-Axis). You can select the whole
figure and flip it or combine mirroring and flipping through various
It also features a "smart" Templates feature that allows you to save
and load your selections, quick pre-selecting of the center, right or
left side of a figure.
PoseWriter Panel also remembers the last 10 folders you worked with
when saving poses and you can easily switch back and forth between
them. You can browse to the current save folder with a single
This script is also highly customizable, allowing you to select colors
of various elements to match your own style and to make it as
intergrated or stand out as you'd like. You can even change the
height of the Parts List, from approximately 4 to 36 entries.
Some colors cannot be altered on the Mac, due to the enforcement of
* In-Poser Python Script
Utility as a compact, dockable UI
Panel. Quickly drag and select multiple body parts (in the case
of figures), control-click to add or remove individual parts.
FAST compared to clicking on checkboxes.
* Selection title and available parts
change immediately as you select figures or props in the scene!
* Writes traditional Pose Files
(Rotation Values) but can also
write Scale, Translate and Morphs information. The script
remembers the last folder selected for future saves.
* Create partial poses or full poses
as you'd like. You can even save out existing poses as your own
collection of partial poses! Your only limit is your
imagination. Includes a text-based ignore list that you can edit
to always omit certain parts from showing and writing out as poses.
* You can write Pose Files for
figures, smart props, hair and regular props (require a figure
to be in the scene to for those to load properly).
* PoseWriter Panel writes "quick"
thumbnails by default. You can elect to also create rendered thumbnails
for your Pose Files, either on-command or always (via a selectable
feature). You also have the option to temporarily turn off
thumbnail writing, period!
* You can enforce a Confirmation
Dialog so that your old Pose Files don't get overwritten.
* Allows you to enter the name of the Pose File, which is saved between
* You can double-click on the Parts
List to select all parts. Double-clicking in a blank space
outside of the list de-selects all parts.
* In the Parts List, you can Copy as
many parts as you'd like and Paste them to one or more similar figures
in the scene. Similar in this case means the identical
body part names.
* PoseWriter Panel allows you to make
pre-selections in the Parts List when working with figures.
It can intelligently select the right side, left side, center, right
hand, left hand, right foot and left foot. You can also select
all or none.
* The script allows you to "zero out"
the rotation, translate or scale for any part selected in the
Parts List. You can also fine-tune
rotation "zero" along the X, Y or Z-Axis, specifically.
* The default version number for Pose Files is 6 but this can be easily
changed and remembered by the script.
* You can Load and Save Selection
These allow you to define certain parts to be be auto-selected in the
Parts List. This is conveniently displayed as a dropdown list for
quick application. Selection Templates are saved smartly and
keyed to the figure's geometry file. That way, you could (for
example) save a template for both Victoria 4 and Miki 2, call them both
the same thing and they each retain the parts you selected specifically
for that model.
* PoseWriter Panel remembers the last
10 folders you used
and it does check to make sure folders haven't been removed since you
last accessed the list, in which case it removes those entries.
You can quickly switch to previously used folders with a
single-click. * You can also browse to the current folder in a
single-click (opens Windows Explorer or Mac Finder).
* A Status Line at the bottom
the Panel reminds you of certain actions the script has previously
taken, such as writing a Material File or applying a setting.
* You can define the colours of the
text and background
of many of the elements in the panel, which is saved between sessions,
to add your own touches or flair. You can also change the height
of the Parts List.
* PoseWriter Panel comes with a detailed
guide in PDF format