How to Submit MR Standalone Render
- Select Files
Click MR Standalone Render on the left-hand menu, then it will turn to render-submit page as shown below; select project directory and MR scene file, then click "Next":
The system will auto-analyze the scene file. Users only need to wait 1 to 2 minutes until the analysis is done. The page will detect materials you need for the scene. A red word "lost" will be shown at Status column if system can not find those materials and "found" if it detects their existence. Users may upload lost files to server via FTP then refresh the page. However, if users don't need those lost files, they may click Next.
- Render Settings
The system will auto analyze all the render settings of MR scene file. Parameters which can be changed will be shown on the page. Generally the system will take the default setting of files; there will Not be any change. And you may set up frames range, width and height.
When you finish setting up, please click "Next" to continue.
- Render Plan and Render Mode: there are two plans and modes for rendering
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Lastly, click "Next" and a render task will be submitted to the system. After that, you will get a task number which allows you to monitor the progress of task on the control panel.
- Render frame by frame: It means the system will render your scene frame after frame. There is only one machine to render your task. After one frame is done, the next frame will be rendered right away. The advantage is, you are allowed to check the result of first several frames. If the result is not correct, you may pause your task immediately to save time and budget. If it is correct, you may switch to "Full-speed rendering", which will speed up the render and assign machines as many as possible to your task.
- Full-speed rendering: This render mode is for experienced users or tasks which have rendered out several frames correctly. Using full-speed rendering will speed up your rendering since the system will assign machines as many as possible to it.
Click here to see how to Monitor Tasks.