Daz Studio Pro Plugin Bundle Serial Number
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DS 4 Pro includes the CCT so you only need to insert your Pro serial in Help->About DAZ Studio and restart DS. The CCT tools you installed separately are for a different version than the DS version you have. The only plug-ins that are bundled with DS that need a separate serial now are Decimator and AniMate 2.
So, I go to my account and copy the serial number and paste into the activation window accessed thru the DAZ Help>Register Daz Studio in the program. I copy and paste my serial number, and restart the application.
When you enter the serial number, do you see a Green check mark, if not, then you may have copied and pasted an extra character. Make sure that you just have the serial number and no extra spaces, that is all I can think of at the moment.
The only thing I can think of, is that I installed the program yesterday, but after mucking up with some old content files, I foolishly uninstalled the program and went thru the whole order process again. I did this as I thought that the serial number I got yesterday would be different from the new download today.I have however, made sure I used the NEW downloads and serial nuimber so IT should work OK shouldnt it?
I just did the same thing in the Serial Number. I placed the Pro serial number in and the About DAZ Studio shows Standard. But if I look in About Installed Plugins, I show all the Pro plugins are available. I did have to restart the software for that to show up.
Questions:1) animate2 shows that it is loaded. Don't I have to enter my purchased animate2 serial number to get the full functionality?2) dzoptitexclothcontrol shows up as failed. Do I have to reset my purchased download to get a working version and install that, or is there no working version yet?
You probably need to reenter your serial number for 'DAZ Decimator' in Help > About installed Plugins. Since you purchased the plugin the serial number should be in the store 'My account' > Serial numbers
Oh shoot. Daz Decimator was listed in two places in the installed plugins tree. Once on its own and once under the Daz Pro Bundle (the one I saw). And under the bundle, it did not have a field for serial number.
You have to in the DAZ Studio menu go to 'About Installed plugins...' and enter the serial number, save, & restart DAZ Studio for it to work. Your serial number is at this link if you are logged online in a browser to the DAZ Store:
The non-free Pro serial number (starting SDZSPRO-040) will activate Decimator, the free version (starting SDZFPRO-040) will not - that is the difference between them, and that is why the plug-in has two entries. If you have a stand-alone decimator license (following the template shown in the prompt box for the serial number) and it doesn't work then you will need to contact support
Hmm, according to the site and product library, I own AniMate2 (apparently bought it back in 2008 - Order #3970197 if that helps) but I don't have a serial number for it in "My Serial Numbers"? Whats currently in my DAZStudio is AniMate Lite.
Hey there, I've experienced a similar situation with my Daz Studio Pro. I recently purchased the animated ocean product and installed it. Upon trying it out I discovered to my surprise I only now have aniMate Lite with my DZ 4.10. Now this baffled me because I knew I had aniMate 2 with my previous version of DZ 4.8 which I still have on my old pc. So I fired her up and checked to be sure I wasn't losin' it and sure enough it still has the working version of aniMate 2 on it. It seems that since loading v. 4.8 and later upgrading to v 4.10 along the way my aniMate 2 was down graded to aniMate Lite and is now requesting a serial number I don't have and can't locate anywhere.
My further understanding is that if you buy the Decimator separately (for $99) that you can then use the serial number provided to activate the plugin in DAZ Pro. You don't need to install the plugin (it's already there), you just need the serial number.
Hopefully, somebody can confirm this. I think blue said he got it working. Reply Quote wendyluvscatz wendyluvscatz Posted 11 Years Ago Senior Forum Member Group: Forum Members Last Active: 10 hours ago Posts: 2.5K, Visits: 19.3K Here it is from an official source[quote="DAZ_bfurner"][size=14]Note: The Decimator is NOT part of the DAZ Studio 4 Pro software bundle. This is due to licensing agreements with the developer of this plugin. It can be purchased separately from the DAZ 3D Store.[/size] Sorry for the confusion.[/quote]but since DS4pro is free now, one could spring for the decimator and if you wish, the game developers kit, and get the advantage of using it in Unity and Unreal as well to make games with licensed content which is also available for sale!Not my interest but certainly to some and one could use 3dx5 when it comes out and the kinnect mocap too, so exciting times ahead! Edited 11 Years Ago by wendyluvscatz Reply Quote Peter (RL) Peter (RL) Posted 11 Years Ago Distinguished Member Group: Administrators Last Active: 3 hours ago Posts: 21.2K, Visits: 33.2K animagic (2/3/2012)Paul, well it is confusing, but my understanding is that there is a working Decimator plugin, but that for some reason they decided to leave it not activated (as opposed to FBX Exporter and Texture Atlas, the other components of the Game Development Kit). My further understanding is that if you buy the Decimator separately (for $99) that you can then use the serial number provided to activate the plugin in DAZ Pro. You don't need to install the plugin (it's already there), you just need the serial number.
Hopefully, somebody can confirm this. I think blue said he got it working.This is correct. If you already have the serial number from the Digimi Game Development Kit (Daz Studio 3 version) then inputing that serial should activate Decimator in Daz Studio 4 Pro (No installation required). PeterForum Administrator
If you've installed AniMate2 I suspect you've replaced a working version (bundled with DS) with a non-working version - if you highlight the greyed out entry in About installed Plug-ins does the box at the bottom say it's for the wrong version? If so, uninstall the separate plug-in and then reinstall DS to get the bundled version, then enter your serial number if you haven't already done so.
That's odd - mine is the same, except that for Evaluation Information it says 0 days remaining. I can see you hae the pro serial number entered, which was one of my thoughts, so I think you need to open a support ticket.
Entering the DS4+ Pro serial number is your issue. AniMate2 is not activated with a DS Code, it comes with it's own serial code from GoFigure when you BUY the full version. When you entered a invalid code in the Plugin you DEACTIVED it. Nothing is going to bring AniMate2 or Animate Lite back on your PC except purchasing the Plugin and entering a Valid registration code now. That or a 100% Clean install of your full system again, which if your like me just is not a option.
No AniMate entry at all in the About Installed Plug-ins list? That's very odd, even if the wrong serial number had disabled it or the wrong version was preventing it from loading there should some kind of entry.
animate 2 plugin is listed (but disabled) - see attached image. I have not a license for animate2 nor tried to enter any serial to enable it. Just wanted to use animate Lite plugin, but I can't find it anymore...
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