Have you entered their serial numbers in Help>About Installed Plug-ins, and then restarted Daz Studio? You can find your serial numbrs in your account page, or by right-clicking on the entry in Install Manager.
When it comes to Daz Studio and aniMate2, I can take this far beyond that, by using the powerful tools (see the "New to AniMate" vids at GoFigure's YouTube page and watch them all in sequence!) to turn my animation into an aniBlock, and then edit the file to my liking - before saving the final result to a new aniBlock that I can use in DS, or import into Carrara. Carrara is my actual filming studio, so that is the option I always use.
I had a small hard drive filled with piles of test render animations when I finally bought Sony Home Movie Studio HD Platinum Suite and used them to create a test clip as I worked through tutorials on how to use my new movie studio software. I must say that for as little as that suite costs, I was very impressed with how robust it is. It is available as a free 30 day trial, but I suggest that you have the means to purchase it before trying it - because you'll probably like it. Like Carrara, it has a really friendly interface with built in - view anytime (even in the midst of your own work) tutorials that pop up with arrows, telling what to do next. Pretty cool.