What is Cloud Rendering?
Cloud rendering, also known as distributed rendering, is the rendering of a 3D application’s scene file over a vast computer network, known throughout the industry as a “Render Farm”. Each individual frame is sent through the network and assigned its very own server. Many high end studios, architectural firms, universities, and others, use commercial render farms because of the ability to produce results quickly. This allows artists to create much more content, and allows end customers or managers to review and edit work much faster as well.
When a new job is submitted it is entered into Render Rocket’s Network Management System. From here it has two options: begin rendering (if servers are available) or enter the 'queue' state and begin rendering as soon as a server (or servers) become available. Once servers are available they are assigned to a customer’s job and rendering begins! Once a frame is complete, it outputs the image to the customer's account and frees up that server to pick up the next frame in queue. After all frames of a single job are done, the management queue removes the job from the queue and sends the information to the website, notifying the customer that your frames are ready for download!
Render Rocket Advantages
Customer and Technical Support
We provide the best support staff in the industry. Our Artist Care Team consists of dedicated professionals who are not only experienced in handling questions and concerns, but also have experience as 3d artists.
Render with confidence and peace of mind. Many major Hollywood productions and studios world-wide have trusted us to get the job done for them with their sensitive files and information. From students, to architects, to VFX studios, to the medical industry, thousands of customers have trusted Render Rocket to get the job done since 2005.
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