Adobe .psd to Poser .pz2 file format

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Need help converting Adobe .psd file format to Poser .pz2 format. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance...
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Did you already try importing your Photoshop file into Poser? Try that then save it from Poser.

Import your picture into Poser using the File- Import- Background Picture menu.
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Tried that, did not work. What it is , you use Adobe photo shop to fix make up for victoria in poser. The problem is Adobe will not save it as a pz2 format and poser does not support a psd format from Adobe. Thanks for any help on this matter.
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That's strange. It worked for me...
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It's probably me, my fiance uses Daz(Victoria). She bought a make up kit from a girl on renderosity. You fix the make up in Photoshop then your suppose to be able to use it in Victoria or Daz, Daz or Poser does not support Photoshop file formats. Thanks for your help!!! Have a great day.
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Do you need to save as TIF or TGA or something? There must be a format that both PS & Poser can read.
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I imagine there is, but she has not used photoshop very often and it's confusing to her. I've read were you can open the photoshop file in a text editor then save it as a Daz/Poser file. She said she has tried that but it did not work. She contacted the girl she purchased the kit from, but not any info back from her(figured that). Well, atleast it wasn't but $8.00 bucks. Not like it's going to break us. Thanks for the reply, and you have a great day....... :D

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