The last part of July was a pretty big whirlwind for a lot of us, what with San Diego Comic-Con and Siggraph back-to-back. Steve Cooper, Poser product manager worked especially hard showing off all the things that can be done in Poser.
But we're back to business as usual (or close to it anyway) and Cooper and the Poser engineering team had a chance to address some things in the latest Poser Pro Service Release.
"We were able to get back down to finishing up some work on Poser Pro 2010’s support for Maya 2011 via an updated PoserFusion plug-in. This is provisional (beta) support at this point, meaning that we are currently only able to handle uncompressed Poser content in Maya 2011," he said.
"Older versions of Maya can handle both compressed and uncompressed Poser content. While we wanted to provide level support across all versions of Maya, we received lots of requests for the update and decided to release it so that our users can work with Poser Pro 2010 and the newest version of Maya."
Way to put your nose back to the grindstone Cooper! Poser Pro users: Download the SR 1.1.