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  1. Dear Blender Community! I hope I am following etiquette and that I am posting in the right group. I would like to suggest the Cloud Rendering solutions for Blender, to helps creators make use of the hardware and create high definition images, videos, and even 3D complex models. You can sign up for the beta at https://iblender.net/, and enjoy free rendering for a limited time (From 1 March 2020 to 1 May 2020). Join the beta and you will receive access to a dedicated personal account, and 100$ of free credits so that you can start exploring our platform and services. iBlender Features: - Estimated Job/ Frame Runtimes - Thumbnails & Logs - Preview thumbnail - Visualize rendering process - Real-time monitoring - Render farm for Blender Only - Environmental responsibility What we currently support: - Render on an application on Windows - Suited for individuals, freelancers, small studios - Render Blender projects on both CPU or GPU - Most of the mainstream and renderers of Blender: Cycles, Eevee, Vray, Corona, - Octane, RenderMan. Please create a support ticket via an application if you need other plugins. Packed Blend files: We now only support to render your packed files before uploading to the app. Packing a Blender project makes sure all external assets are included, then save it in a particular folder. What the future holds? (after 15th April 2020) - We will support on Windows, MAC, Linux OS. - Web-rendering is in-development progress, we plan to release in the early of this second quarter. - We will support both packed and unpacked Blend files. - Benefits to you: Tons of free hours on a render farm to render your files: we accept to pay for your rendering, in the verse we hope to hear more feedback from you. Note: Please keep in mind that the service is currently in beta-mode (this being the only external announcement so far!), My advice is that you should test with a few frames for the first time to see if it renders correct, then heavy ones with more frames. Contact us: Website: http://www.iblender.net Email: support@irender.net Skype: iRender Support Thank you!
  2. The advantages of using a render farm 1. Powerful rendering speed The top render farm companies have at least 3000~4000 rendering nodes which have powerful CPUs, it could definitely save your time on the rendering process 2. Cost Effective Compared with the self-building render farm, it would be much more cost effective especially for big project. You don't need to spend too much money to purchase hardware and maintain the network, and don't need hire people to manage it. 3. 24*7 Customer Service and Technical Support Around the clock customer service and technical support could always be a life saver if we met any problem when rendering but don't know how to solve it. The professional service team could totally help you on that. 4. Easy to Use Desktop App Some render farms has its own desktop app which has a lot of great features, such as drag and drop project submission, preview during rendering, automatically uploading and downloading project etc. The disadvantages of using a render farm 1. Security Some small render farm will not sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement with customers, so you'd better find some high reputation company who had worked with big producing companies on famous films, if ever worked with OSCAR winners would be the best. 2. Software, Render and Plugin Compatibility Different people would have different habits, so the more software, render & plugin the render farm supports, the better. And if the render farm can even support custom's own plugin, it would be a great added-value service. ----------- What are the best rendering farms on the market? There are many rendering farms on the market but I have selected 3 for you. 1. Super Renders Farm Price: From $0.004/Ghz-hr, Free trial $30 and more. Support software: 3Ds max, Maya, Blender, C4d, After Effects 2018, Fusion,Isotropix Clarisse iFX, Natron, NukeX. Renderers: Vray, Arnold, Corona. 2. Rebus Farm Price: 0,012 € per GHzh, Free trial $28. Support software: 3Ds max, Maya, Blender, C4d, Lightwave3D, SoftimageXSI, Sketchup. Renderers: Vray, mentalray, maxwell, cycles, redshift, indigorenderer, kray. 3. Ranch Computing Price:€ 0.015 per Ghz.H, Free trial $30. Support software: 3Ds max, Maya, Blender, C4d, Anima, Lightwave3D. Renderers: Vray, mentalray,Indigo, , Iray, octane.
  3. I came across Paperspace while looking for a cheaper solution to buying an expensive desktop rig. Has anyone had experience running Deadline on Paperspace? I've heard that its pretty powerful in other contexts but just curious if anyone here has used it. Thanks for the help / advice.
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