Articles for the ‘Distributed rendering’ Category

Downloading and Installing the Render Accelerator Extension
Last modified: May 16, 2016

The Render Accelerator Extension is downloaded from the Marketplace, where it can be found among the Utility Extensions. After installing it and updating CET Designer, you will have access to a new component tab in the interface: After installing the Extension, the render accelerator is on by default, meaning that it automatically starts searching for ...

Adding or Removing a Render Resource and Resource Details
Last modified: Apr 11, 2017

On the Render Accelerator component tab, there is a button for opening the Resource Details window where you will find information about each resource in the rendering network: The information listed for each resource is the following: computer ID, state, (protocol/address/port) used for communication with it and whether it has been automatically or manually added. ...

Using the Render Accelerator for Distributed Rendering
Last modified: May 16, 2016

Once everything is installed and servers are found, just go ahead and render your images from the Photo Lab as usual. To make the best use of the parallel computing power at hand, try to render many images at once. Individual renderings cannot be split amongst resources at this stage. Once renderings are in progress ...

Downloading and Installing the Render Server
Last modified: Nov 09, 2017

To download the render server, click the yellow Download Render Server Installer button above. Save the .msi file and then install it. The installation is quick and will start the render server automatically at the end. Once the installation has completed, you will notice a little tray icon in the notification area down by the ...

Distributed Rendering with CET Designer
Last modified: May 16, 2016

Distributed rendering is a way to spread the process of rendering across one or several computers connected to a network. This, in turn, makes more use of idling computers and could reduce the time it takes for renderings to complete. One scenario could be a dealership that purchases a really powerful computer designated for rendering, ...