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Poser 8 [OLD VERSION]
by Smith Micro Software Inc.

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Poser is one of those advanced programs that can be very easy and yet very hard at the same time: Some concepts are easy and poser does them well while others are hard to grasp and Poser almost seems to go out of it's way to be mean about it. I would say that it all depends on your experience with other types of progr… see more Poser is one of those advanced programs that can be very easy and yet very hard at the same time: Some concepts are easy and poser does them well while others are hard to grasp and Poser almost seems to go out of it's way to be mean about it. I would say that it all depends on your experience with other types of programs or even games. An absolute beginner could pick up on how to do things slowly if they take the time to learn and play with things, but someone that has experience with some modern games (particularly rpg's or the online game 'Secondlife') may find features that they are already vaguely familiar with (model posing, operating morph targets especially). My recommendation is to read the instructions that come with the program. Some of the material is out-of-date, but is still helpful in giving you the basics. Picking up a 'how-to' book would greatly improve your abilities. Even as some that has used 2 of Poser's previous versions, I felt the need to get one and the one I got that helped was "Poser 8 revealed: the official guide" by Course technology (cengage learning). It has simple lessons that lay the foundations to do some good stuff. see less Poser is one of those advanced programs that can be very easy and yet very hard at the same time: Some concepts are easy and poser does them well while others are hard to grasp and Poser almost seems to go out of it's way to be mean about it. I would say that it all depends on your experience with other types of programs or even games. An absolute beginner could pick up on how to do things slowly if they take the time to learn and play with things, but someone that has experience with some modern games (particularly rpg's or the online game 'Secondlife') may find features that they are already vaguely familiar with (model posing, operating morph targets especially). My recommendation is to read the instructions that come with the program. Some of the material is out-of-date, but is still helpful in giving you the basics. Picking up a 'how-to' book would greatly improve your abilities. Even as some that has used 2 of Poser's previous versions, I felt the need to get one and the one I got that helped was "Poser 8 revealed: the official guide" by Course technology (cengage learning). It has simple lessons that lay the foundations to do some good stuff.
By E. Avila on November 23, 2013
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Yes There is one for Windows and one for Mac.
By Whitelion on January 3, 2014
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that is the version I have.
By Jeanne Johnson on April 17, 2014
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Yes, although it may have issues with multi-processors. The work-around is to set up a shortcut, and set its properties to run on just one core.
By Joseph Befumo on December 16, 2013
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Yes. Per the System Requirements (Macintosh) section of the official reference manual for the program, Poser 8 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 to run, with a G4-type processor. 700MHz is essential, a 1GHz+ G4 chip (OR an Intel Core Duo) is recommended. A late-model PPC processor should be fine.
I had gone over to an In… see more
Yes. Per the System Requirements (Macintosh) section of the official reference manual for the program, Poser 8 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 to run, with a G4-type processor. 700MHz is essential, a 1GHz+ G4 chip (OR an Intel Core Duo) is recommended. A late-model PPC processor should be fine.
I had gone over to an Intel Mac before I upgraded to Poser 8 and so have not used it on a PPC, however I do still have the official Smith Micro documentation files. This information comes from those. see less
Yes. Per the System Requirements (Macintosh) section of the official reference manual for the program, Poser 8 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 to run, with a G4-type processor. 700MHz is essential, a 1GHz+ G4 chip (OR an Intel Core Duo) is recommended. A late-model PPC processor should be fine.
I had gone over to an Intel Mac before I upgraded to Poser 8 and so have not used it on a PPC, however I do still have the official Smith Micro documentation files. This information comes from those.

By Cora Regina on March 5, 2013
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