Render Rocket 06/14/12
The efficiency of your 3D projects will blast off with Render Rocket, your render farm in the Cloud.
There are a growing number of video editors out there doing 3D work. In addition to using 3D-ish features in After Effects, they’re increasingly using true 3D apps like Cinema4D, 3ds Max and even Maya.
Those new to these programs quickly realize how much rendering power they require.
This is when sites like Render Rocket can be a huge benefit. Having 1000s of processors in the Cloud, for a freelancer, can mean the difference between accepting or turning down gigs.
How does it work?
- Upload your source files through the web.
- Launch and monitor jobs using their advanced web tools.
- Total render time is charged to your credit card or pre-paid balance.
- Your render output is available as a web link (zip/rar file) or directly through FTP.
Pretty simple, eh?
There is a detailed video demo of Mission Control Render Manager, which is the the user interface for render projects.
As far as pricing goes, there are many options. You can:
- Pay only for what you use with On Demand Options ($.70 per core per hour OR Prepaid packages)
- Pay for a fixed period with Server Rental Options
With FREE unlimited Test Rendering included with every account there’s no reason not to try them out on your next 3D project.
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