http://www.pixelplow.net/

.. simple, cheap, quick.

You just need a little scene clean prep (delete roto image sources etc)
Save to clean project & copy all External files on save.

Uploads the project, starts rendering, gives you estimated time left to
render, current amount spent, estimated final cost.

Nice to slider to ramp priority/cost/time.

Downloads to a designated folder during render so you can check files.

Framebuffer passes no problem.

No redshift though.


Adam.


On 17 September 2016 at 06:35, Olivier Jeannel <facialdel...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Everybody talks about Gridmarket these days. Seems they are the fastest
> and the cheapest. Not sure they have something for Softies, but you might
> want to check.
>
> Le 16 sept. 2016 23:46, "Pierre Schiller" <activemotionpictu...@gmail.com>
> a écrit :
>
>> Hello everyone, good day.
>> There´s this gig I got...it´s a simple 360º render of a warehouse with a
>> lot of small things, like boxes, and stuff animated (you know the usual
>> things you´ll go to place and store at a rent warehouse).
>>
>> I did this using Arnold. And pretty much delivered all 400 frames of it,
>> 8 warehouses with full 360º showing all. That render on an i7 4930k (12
>> cores) and 24gigs of ram took around 9 hours in 500x400 for each individual
>> render (and you know, it´s ok, because you leave it overnight and send the
>> files the next morning).
>>
>> But things now need to be delivered on a tight schedule, so I need to
>> rent an Arnold farm for SI 2014 sp2. They asked me to go from 500x400 to
>> full HD (1920x1080) so rendering those 400 frames take around 44 hours.
>> (almost 2 entire days for just 1 out of 8 sequences).
>>
>> If anyone could help me out, please, with a farm to send the files to; or
>> a rate doing it on my own machine for 2 days for each one of the
>> warehouses, I´d be really grateful.
>>
>> Thanks.
>> Cheers.
>>
>> --
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