C4D Render Farm Advice - Rebusfarm, Rendercore, Zync, Render Rocket, Drop&Render etc

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Old 1 Week Ago   #16
Just to add to Renderking--its not just manual zip and upload. Dann can set you up with a dropbox link that works very well. You save your job file and assets locally in your assigned dropbox folder (on your hard drive) and your file is synced directly to Dann's Team Render Server. You then launch the file via the TRS interface in your browser and the results are instantly synced back to your local results folder.
 
Old 1 Week Ago   #17
Following my previous post, you may be interested in our last interview published on CGSociety:http://www.cgsociety.org/news/artic...render-solution

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Old 1 Week Ago   #18
Looks like Zync is the only one thats R19 ready?
This is one of the reasons I havent moved production into 19. Once we start to see 19 adoption then we will feel more comfortable to proceed.
 
Old 1 Week Ago   #19
Originally Posted by JoelDubin: Looks like Zync is the only one thats R19 ready?
This is one of the reasons I havent moved production into 19. Once we start to see 19 adoption then we will feel more comfortable to proceed.
We support Cinema 4D R19 on the RANCH Renderfarm.

Cheers,

JP-RANCH
 
Old 3 Days Ago   #20
Another callout for RenderKing. We've used them for, I think, going on 10 years now? We've also used Rebus and RenderRocket and Rendering is the only one that has a pricing structure that you can understand. With Rebus, the time difference and communication barriers were an issue since they are in Germany, I believe?

RenderRocket was great for scaling nodes when you needed them, but pretty pricey.

Dann is currently waiting on a new Mac server for R19 since Apple has decided to stop supporting an OS for older machines and R19 needs a newer OS, but he has R19 on all of the nodes. I'm sure Dann will jump in here, but he is starting from scratch with plugins, which is completely understandable. I know for sure he'll have X-Particles.

Love the fact that his farm will save frames directly to a drop box. Huge work flow plus for us. It basically works exactly like if you were using an internal farm.
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