Best Offers From Render Farm This Summer


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The current situation with the spread of infection does not greatly stimulate the field of computer graphics regarding interesting news. Especially good ones. Nevertheless, it is necessary to be able in different situations to look for something positive and new ways and opportunities.

We have repeatedly noted that the skill and experience of using online render farms are very useful, even if you are involved in simple architectural visualizations and your computer can easily cope with rendering. At some point, quality requirements can go off-scale or tighten the deadlines, and here the render of the farm will always come to the rescue. There’s nothing to say about animation - instead of rendering for days, you can pay a reasonable amount of money and hand over the project in 1 day, to do something else.

Among the excuses that I often heard about the impossibility of using render farms, the following were most often mentioned:

  • There is no time (well, ok, now everyone has abruptly enough time)

  • I have my own render farm at work (now many studios will be reduced and maybe it’s worth preparing for work on freelance)

  • Now there is no need (when the need arises, it is usually too late one hour before the project is completed to learn something new)

In short, dear friends, we strongly recommend that you pay attention to the best offers of farm renderings that we have to provide and recommend.

Fox Render**farm** Special Offer

Fox Render**farm is one of the most famous and successful farms, noted not only for quality services for studios and freelancers from around the world but also for participating in large-scale full-length projects! Our render** farm allows you to send to the render both through the software installed on the computer or web and through your personal account, which, by the way, has become much prettier after the latest updates both in design and functionality.

Almost any popular 3D software, GPU, or CPU rendering - Fox Render**farm will easily render** any project in a short time because they have Alibaba Cloud Computing as partners.

Usually, Fox Render**farm offers new users $ 25 when registering, and if you are a student or educator, freelancers, you can easily apply and get your special discount and exclusive offer from our render** farm.

Welcome to have a free trial and get your special discount.

How much time will I save with a render farm?


Online Render Farm

In the film and animation industry, we call the Cluster a "render farm". Many network management technicians like to call "cluster computing systems", and industry insiders prefer to call it "render farm."

As users have higher and higher requirements for the quality of CG projects, the demand for local machine configuration upgrades is getting higher and higher. At the same time, higher and higher quality CG projects mean that rendering also requires a lot of time. This is especially true for individual users. The higher the quality of the final image, the longer the rendering time, which is also the most time-consuming step in production.

So, how much time can we save if we use an online render farm for rendering project? Will work efficiency be improved?

These amazing details of Toy Story 4 also require an amazing amount of rendering to achieve

The first thing to understand is that rendering speed is closely related to the production of files and computer hardware. The larger the file or the more special effects, the slower the rendering will be. Computer hardware can increase speed slightly with files of the same size. Or you can optimize the production file or use some other tools to improve the rendering speed. Pixar used a noise reduction software in Toy Story 4 and cut the rendering time in half.

Take an interior design work as an example. If you want to render a picture with a resolution of 6000X4500, the rendering time of a personal computer is about 6 to 10 hours. If you use an online render farm, you may only need 1 or 2 hours or even less.

And if the computer freezes or errors when rendering for a long time, the previous rendering time may be wasted.

Is render farms much faster than personal computers?

Why is it much faster than a personal computer? After the user uploads the file to the render farm, the system will assign a task to multiple servers to work at the same time. The same configuration of 10 or 100 machines renders at the same time, which is naturally much faster than a computer. So it can be assumed that a 10-second special effects shot takes 10 hours for a local single machine rendering. If 10 machines are used for rendering, then the rendering time becomes 1 / 10th of an hour, which is 1 hour. If 100 machines are used for rendering it can be rendered in less than 10 minutes.

It can call a large number of machines in a short time, and it seems that only the render farm can complete it. So do you now know how much time a render farm can save you? If you still don't know how much time you can try to use our render farm calculator to make a rough estimate, the more accurate method is to use our render farm for submission calculations. Welcome to get a $25 free trial.

What is the difference between a traditional render farm and a cloud rendering render farm?


Online Render Farm

What is the difference between a traditional render farm and a cloud rendering render farm?

Generally, a render farm is a cluster of computers used to provide CGI (computer-generated imagery) through a batch processing method. While, a traditional one means building it on your own, which means you need to buy a lot of computers and fix them yourself whenever there is a problem. It is a local render farm, use local nodes.

Cloud rendering render farm, aka cloud render farm, online render farm, is a render centre that you can send your asset and render from far away, they are connected by the internet, “Cloud”, means internet. It becomes a kind of online services for artists to upload their tasks to the services providers, and download their final render results when completed.

However, when render farm is put on the ‘cloud’ it means faster because commercial render farms have better and more high capacity nodes, and some of them provide customer services and TD support for technical issues, like Fox Render**farm. For eg, you are in India and you use cloud rendering render** farm, wherever their servers are in, you still can use their platform to control their nodes to render your files, it can save your local hardware cost. if you don't have a stable render, using a cloud render farm would be much better than build an in house render farm, low cost and higher efficiency.

The advantages of using a cloud rendering render farm,

  1. Powerful rendering speed

The top render farm companies can provide thousands of rendering nodes which have powerful CPUs and GPUs, it could definitely save your time on the rendering process.

  1. Cost Effective

Compared with the traditional render farm, it would be much more cost-effective especially for a big project. You don't need to spend too much money to purchase hardware and maintain the network, and don't need to hire people to manage it.

  1. 247 Customer Service and Technical Support

Around the clock customer service and technical support could always be a lifesaver if we met any problem when rendering but don't know how to solve it. The professional service team could totally help you with that.

  1. Easy to Use Desktop App

Some online render farms have their 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 cloud rendering 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.

  1. Software, Render and Plugin Compatibility

Different people would have different habits, so the more software, render & plugin the cloud render farm supports, the better. And if the online render farm can even support custom's own plugin, it would be a great added-value service.

Putting everything done on cloud is a kind of trend with a high-speed internet connection and large data transmission become more and more available. But the choice between the traditional one and online render farm depends on the needs of the project. But it’s always worth trying the cloud render farms, coz most of them give new users a free trial, like Fox Render**farm**, US$25 free trail is waiting for you.

Are render farms worth it?


Render Farm

Are render farms worth it? The answer is sure, YES. When your project is tight, the render farm can accelerate the rendering speed of your project, greatly reducing rendering time, and allowing your project to be completed ahead of or on time. Render**farm is also a good choice when your local machine can't meet the urgent rendering needs, reducing your cost, labor, and resources, but achieving the desired results. When your local machine doesn't fit your rendering needs well, you don't need to upgrade your device, use the render** farm, it's easy to use anywhere, anytime.

Are render farms worth it? Why it's worth using, first let's understand what a render farm is. A render farm is a large group of computers designed and organized to meet rendering services, each called a node. The calculations that occur are called parallel calculations because each node can be given a specific and unique task, so their calculations can occur in parallel (simultaneously).

Typically, the task of the host computer is to assign tasks to each render node, and the software application that does this is called rendering management software or queue manager, and each render farm has its own management software.

The job assigned to each node by the host computer can be a series of images, a shot, or one of the layers (channels) or other parts of a shot. The host computer must be able to intelligently assess the needs of the entire job, the capabilities of each node, and the current network state. Once the render node has finished rendering, immediately assign another task and keep the busy state of all nodes.

Render farms have more than one hundred rendering servers compared to the normal rendering process, and even have greater scale and adjustability. And the software, renderers and plug-ins that the render**farm can support are richer. Professional commercial render** farms require professional staff to coordinate and solve problems encountered in various renderings. Even with greater rendering requirements, the render farm can complete the rendering work as time demands.

Are render farms worth it? When you use a normal computer to complete a rendering task, it may take hours or even days to complete them. A powerful render**farm with multiple render nodes can be rendered in a few minutes. Using Fox Render**farm as an example, sometimes your local computer takes 1 month to complete the rendering task, but only 5 mins or less to complete the rendering task with Fox Render**farm. And in the process, if there is any problem occurred, the render**ing software will find and issue an alert to let the staff know, instead of the artist always staring at the computer.

So the render farm is better able to control the time and labor costs in the production, helping the artists to focus on the creation. For rendering? Please hand it to the online render farm.

How to use online render farms?


Online Render Farm

How to use online render farms? To use an online render farm is very useful for your project, will shorten your rendering time and accelerate your rendering speed. You no need to update your local machine with high hardware configuration, sometimes these will cost a lot of money. During the rendering, if you use your local machine, you can’t do any other things, because your computer is occupied. When using an online render farm to render your job, you can leave it alone, and use your computer to do what the other things you want.

The most important advantage to use a render**farm is that maybe you render the project in your own machine needs more than two days, a week, even more than one month. When using an online** render farm, it is just a coffee time, even one-month render project sometimes only 5 minutes to finish in some situation. So, how to use online render farms? Let’s take Fox Render**farm** as an example.

Account registration

Visit our official website https://www.foxrender**farm**.com, and click the “Register” button on the top and right side of the page.

Please input your registration information according to the form, and then, finish the next step. When you see this page as follow, registration successful! You’ve got a $20 coupon already after you select your rendering software, then you can get another $5 coupon, there are $25 coupons in total at your account.

Web submit tutorial

  1. Click “Assets” in the left side to upload assets, and follow the prompts to install the transfer, then upload the file.

  1. Click “New Job”, to select a scene file, add a software config, and submit the job to the Analysis list.

  2. Click “Analysis”. After the scene analysis is complete, set the rendering parameters and submit them to the Render list.

  1. Click “Render”. Download the image or video after the rendering is complete.

Fox Render**farm supports two ways to download and upload, render** your project, besides via the web, you can also download via the desktop client to submit the job. If you do not need to modify the parameters during the submission process, you can turn off “Enable scene parameters modification”.

How to use a render farm? It is so easy to use it, why don’t you experience it by yourself now.

What is an online render farm?


Online Render Farm

What is an online render farm? First, let's learn about what is a render**farm? In fact, render**farm should be called Cluster Computing. It has many advantages in rendering. A Cluster Computing has built with amounts of servers, among of them, a server also as a render node. With Cluster Computing, a complex model can be quickly rendered, and the time can be compared to local computer rendering, which can be shortened to 1/8, 1/10.

How does render**farm** work?

The main working principle of render**farm is to use a server as the render master to manage and allocate the same work tasks to multiple render nodes via Ethernet. When a rendering task is transferred to the render master via Ethernet and from a PC with the render**farm software installed, multiple render nodes connected to it will process the rendering command in parallel. After the operation is completed, the rendered still picture sequence or dynamic video is stored to Ethernet. Then download it to the user's local computer via Ethernet, which is actually the online render farm.

What role does online render farm play in the production of the CG industry?

At present, the proportion of visual effects films in the film industry is increasing, especially for 3D animated films, which are inseparable from the render farm in the post-production. Moreover, in the production files of those movies, it is not just one or two frames, and a movie rendering takes at least a few weeks or even longer. Therefore, those 3D animation and visual effects studios usually rent commercial render farms for rendering to ensure the progress of the work.

What are the advantages of using an online render farm?

The advantages of using an online render farm are,

  1. The general computer clusters are relatively large in scale.

There are more than one rendering server, like Fox Render**farm, there are thousands of machines available, massive render**ing nodes, and high availability, no waiting necessary.

  1. Supporting multiple 3d software, renderers and plug-ins

Because render farms typically rely on its management software, rendering cluster management software typically supports mainstream 3d software, renderers and plug-ins.

  1. Service

Rendering by render farm, you can uploading, rendering and downloading whenever you want. If you encounter any problems in the process, a professional technical director will help you to solve the problems. Using a render farm is saving a lot of time for the VFX studio/ company. Moreover, it also saves a large part of the manpower, material resources and budget for the studio and the company. As the cheapest online render farm in the CG industry, Fox Render**farm**'s service and quality have been recognized by many studios, companies and 3d artists, truly providing quality service and reasonable prices.

If you want to know which online render farm is the cheapest and supports the best service, Fox Render**farm** offers a free trial of $25, welcome experience.

Can my PC be turned off when using a renderfarm?


Render Farm

Cloud rendering is based on the cloud render farm, users can package their own files, then upload, rendering and download on a render**farm. There are two ways can be chosen to submit your rendering task, in addition to the webpage, the packaged file can be uploaded to the cloud rendering server via the desktop client. So, can the PC be turned off when using a render**farm desktop client or web? Can I disconnect from the network during transmission or after the transfer is completed?

So let's first look at the way how your rendering task be transmitted on cloud render farm.

When users use render**farm, they need to pack their own files with various settings and upload them from the client /webpage. However, when the upload is still not completed, it is not possible to turn off the computer, and it cannot be disconnected. Take Fox Render**farm as an example. If the network is disconnected or the computer shut down during the upload process, the upload will be interrupted. However, when you open the render**farm** desktop client /webpage again or connect to the network, you will resume the breakpoint.

When the user has uploaded all the files, and the render**farm has shown that all files has uploaded completely, the computer can be turned off or disconnected from the network. Render**farm will render in its own server. Users' operations on their own computers will not affect the uploaded files, and there are many ways to query the rendering progress of their files. After the files uploaded, if you have WeChat installed on your mobile phone, you can query the rendering progress and results at any time in the WeChat Mini Program. →Tutorial: Fox Render**farm** Mini Program in WeChat.

By the way, the difference between Fox Render**farm**'s desktop client and web page as follows:

Via Desktop Client

  • Business: Video businesses such as movie and television, advertising, special effects.
  • Submission: By dragging
  • System: Windows, Linux
  • Software: At present, the software supported by Windows version is 3ds Max, Maya, etc. The software currently supported by Linux has Maya, more software supported, and we are also stepping up research and development.
  • Quantity of frame: Single frame or multiple frames
  • Features: Intelligent analysis,uploading and downloading. Bulk submission supportable.

Via Webpage

  • Business: Video businesses such as movie and television, advertising, special effects.
  • Submission: Via webpage
  • System: Windows, Linux, MacOS
  • Software: 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, Blender, VR Standalone, Clarisse, etc.
  • Quantity of frame: Single frame of multiple frames
  • Features: Uploading the elements first, and then cloud-enabled intelligent automatic analysis and rendering. Bulk submission supportable.

Using the render**farm, whether you choose the web page or the desktop client, your render task doesn’t take up your local machine during rendering. You can also shut down the local machine during the rendering process and don't have to worry about network disconnection, which can greatly improve work efficiency and time saving. Finally, thank you again for choosing the best render**farm in the CG industry, Fox Render**farm**. If you encounter any problems during the process, we provide 24/7 service, professional customer service staff and TD staff to serve you.

Tutorial: Cinema 4d Mograph Effectors Correct Rendering Method


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This tutorial is made by the artist from the leading cloud render farm provider, Fox Render**farm. It is about Cinema 4d Mograph Effectors correct render**ing method.

Not only in using cloud rendering platform like Fox Render**farm, but also in using Cinema 4d's own online** rendering tool locally or using c4d's command line rendering, the Mograph effectors used in c4d all need to generate an effectors buffer. This will ensure that the rendering in a render farm is consistent with the local machine when rendering.

The specific steps are as follows,

  1. On the object to which the Mograph Effectors is added, click on the ‘Mograph cache’.

  1. Set the number of frames you need to render, and the storage location of the output buffer (recommended to select non-B, C, D drive letter directory)

  2. Click the ‘bake’. If the output is successful, there will be a memory used below the panel, indicating that there is already a cache size, and the Mograph icon will turn green.

  3. Click on ‘playback’ to check if caching is enabled, as well as the path.

  4. You can turn off the Mograph Effectors and check if the cache is correct. If the dynamic is consistent with the local machine. That is mean that the rendering output successfully.

  1. Package the assets, then upload and submit it to the cloud render farm.

Linux’s Place in The Film Industry

Linux’s Place in The Film Industry


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In 1991, a student named Linus Torvalds began developing a new operating system as a hobby. That hobby, which would later be called Linux, forever changed the world of computers. Since Linux is open source, anyone can license it for free and modify the source code to their liking. This has made Linux one of the most popular operating systems in the world.

Linux is everywhere. The web server maintaining this page is very likely Linux based. You may have a version of Linux in your pocket right now. Google’s Android operating system is a modified version of Linux. Several world governments use Linux extensively for day to day operations. And, many would be surprised to learn that Linux has become the standard for major FX studios.

In the early 90s, Hollywood studios relied on SGI and its Irix operating system to run animation and FX software. At the time, Irix was one of the best systems available for handling intense graphics. But a change was about to sweep through the computer industry. Windows began to dominate the business world, and Intel began making powerful chips at a lower price point. These market forces made expensive SGI systems hard to justify.

When studios began looking for a system to replace Irix, Windows wasn’t an option due to its architecture. The proprietary software in place at many studios was written for Irix. Since Irix and Linux were both Unix based, porting that software to Linux was easier than porting to Windows. Render farms were the first to be converted. In 1996, Digital Domain was the first production studio to render a major motion picture on a Linux farm with Titanic. DreamWorks, ILM, Pixar and others quickly followed. Workstations were next for Linux once artists realized the performance boost in the new operating system. Under pressure from studios, commercial software vendors got on board and started releasing Linux compatible versions. Maya, Houdini, Softimage and other popular 3D applications quickly became available for Linux.

By the early 2000s, most major studios were dominated by Linux. While Windows and Mac environments are still used for television and small independent films, practically all blockbuster movies are now rendered on Linux farms.

Linux has many advantages for render farms. The obvious benefits are cost and customization. Since Linux is free to license, startup costs are greatly reduced compared to commercial systems. And, since Linux is open source, completely customized versions of the operating system are possible.

There are other advantages. Linux machines can multitask well and are easy to network. But the single greatest advantage is stability. Unlike other operating systems, Linux doesn’t slow down over time. It is common for Linux machines to run for months, yes months, without needing a reboot.

With all these advantages, it’s surprising to learn many online render farms still haven’t embraced Linux. While a handful of farms like Rebus, Rendersolve and Rayvision support Linux, Windows is still the most common environment for cloud rendering services.

It’s not likely anything will replace Linux’s role in the film industry soon. Studios are heavily invested in Linux with millions of lines of custom code. While anything is possible, it would take another industry change akin to the PC revolution to shake Linux from its place in Hollywood.

The story of Linux is almost like a Hollywood movie itself. It shows us that anything is possible. It’s hard to believe that a simple student project forever changed the world of computers and became the backbone of the film industry.

About: The author, Shaun Swanson, has fifteen years of experience in 3D rendering and graphic design. He has used several software packages and has a very broad knowledge of digital art ranging from entertainment to product design.

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The Top Benefits of Online Render Farms

The Top Benefits of Online Render Farms


Online Render Farm

Having a render farm is essential for computer graphics studio owners today. Technology in the field is advancing at a rapid rate and having the resources to keep up with client requirements is something that CG studio owners should consider. Rendering is one of the main duties that a computer graphic designer is responsible for. Having a proper system and software that performs complex rendering tasks can prove impractical sometimes due to the extensive costs and management it requires. However, the services of an online or a cloud render farm can prove invaluable. Here are some reasons:

Easy to Use Online rendering services are not only a practical option, but they are also very easy to use. Software management and maintenance are handled by service providers thus allowing your time to invest in projects that are more lucrative. All you have to do is access to the cloud render farm through your computer!

Time Saving and Cost Effective

Compared to the time and money it will take for you to do all the rendering yourself, professional online rendering can help you save company resources that can be put to better use elsewhere.

Realistic Visual Effects

The render farm is software based on complex programming that allows programmers to generate effective visual effects. Outsourcing for these services yields highly efficient, updated and realistic visual effects. Expert engineers and programmers use the latest rendering techniques to create realistic visual effects.

Efficient Delivery

Converting the final project in accordance to your format and organizational requirements is a difficult process. However, external rendering services can package and distribute your project according to your required specifications. At Rayvision we offer pioneering self-service cloud computing for rendering, research into cluster rendering, parallel computing technology and computing services for cloud rendering.

Is Building Your Own Render Farm The Best Option?

Is Building Your Own Render Farm The Best Option?


Render Farm

Thanks to growing high-speed internet access, production studios now have new options for rendering their animations in the cloud. Online render farms, like Fox Render**farm, offer studios enormous rendering power at low costs. This has many production studios asking a question for the first time. Should a studio build and maintain its own render** farm, or pay for a cloud solution?

Before high-speed internet was a reality, a studio’s only option was to build an on-site render farm. Sure, a small shop could render on unused workstations at night. But, that wouldn’t do the job for most studios. So, owning racks of dedicated rendering equipment became standard.

Owning an on-site render farm has its advantages. The system can be custom built for whatever a studio needs. It is always available. Since the studio staff built it, they can fix it when it goes down. And, since it’s on the premises, there are no security concerns.

But, owning a farm is costly. An average render slave can cost several thousand dollars. Multiply that by the amount of slave machines needed. Then, all those nodes need to be loaded with rendering software. Some software companies offer unlimited slave licenses for free. But, most charge a fee based on the amount of slaves. If the render farm is large enough, power consumption and climate control become concerns. If the farm operates non-stop, and multiple teams need access to it for different projects, one or more render wranglers must be hired to manage it.

Owning an on-site render farm is a good choice if a studio has a large budget, an IT staff, and needs a customized solution. But, not all studios fit that description.

Thankfully, there are now online options for rendering. At one end of the spectrum is collaborative rendering. In this model, users join an online network of fellow 3D animators who volunteer their computing power to be used by everyone in the collective. This is a great option for students and very small production houses since it’s usually free. But there are obvious downsides. Support for the latest renderers and plug-ins may be limited. Your equipment must be made available for other users to render their projects. The availability of, and quality of rendering equipment at any given time is unpredictable. Not to mention the security risks. It is hard to keep track of exactly who will see your files.

A collaborative solution may work for a studio when the budget is very tight, when security is not a concern, and when deadlines are flexible. The biggest challenge may be finding a collaborative network that supports the studio’s choice of rendering software.

On the other end of the spectrum there are professional, online rendering services. Cloud render farms charge you only for the time it takes to render. You can use them as much, or as little as you need. A good online render farm will have hundreds of top-notch machines with the latest software available to customers 24 hours a day. A good rendering service will also make security one of its top goals, so confidentiality is assured. All the IT troubles associated with maintaining the farm are handled by the render service, not the customer. Some online farms will even work with customers to load custom plug-ins if needed.

Since online rendering offers so much, several studios are choosing to forgo the expense of building, and maintaining their own farms. Even studios that already have a small render farm in place can benefit from cloud rendering when overflow work comes in. As internet speeds become even faster, and demand for rendering power grows, cloud rendering makes more and more sense for 3D studios. About: The author, Shaun Swanson, has fifteen years of experience in 3D rendering and graphic design. He has used several software packages and has a very broad knowledge of digital art ranging from entertainment to product design.

Why the render farm can make you work faster and better?


Online Render Farm

Rendering is a very important part during the 3D production. This step will generate the final image including information such as models, scenes, textures, vfx and lights. Rendering in film and television effects is computationally intensive and requires a lot of server computing, especially for animated film production, where rendering time is almost a big challenge. So for the producer, render farm is a good choice. Why the render farm can make you work faster and better? The render farm is also called the conputer cluster. It refers to the calculation method of a supercomputer built with an existing CPU, Ethernet, and operating system. The render farm are consist of thousands of servers. Cloud rendering is an upgrade on the render farm. We can upload the material to the cloud and use the render farm for calculations remotely. And the server will distribute the files to multiple servers and render them according to the uploader's choice. For example, a 10 second special effect lens, 10 hours for a single machine rendering, then if you use 10 machines to render, then the rendering time becomes 1/10.

Cloud rendering has the following advantages 1. No geographical restrictions, wider market scope, lower idle rate and cost savings. 2. Render farm with better server configuration to ensure user safety and efficiency. 3. Control the rendering progress anytime, anywhere. The emergence of cloud rendering has almost swept the CG industry. It not only brought great changes to the CG industry, but also provided strong support. For the fast-paced modern, it is more convenient, which is why more and more people choose the cloud render farm to render that works.

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