|Oct 5, 2006, 03:23 AM||#1|
Render farming windows apps...
i am very new at render farming....
me and a few people use applications such as maya 7, rhino 4, 3ds max, catia, etc... architects who need to render alot of things through different applications....
I am trying to do research on how to network, say 3 windows computers, together (using gigabyte ethernet switch, which we have) to render cooperativly in maya 7, rhino 4, 3ds max... etc....
and i know no other computer community better then this one to ask!
-is the render farm process different for each program? different for maya then rhino?
-is there a render farm community that i can tap into?
-have looked at drqueue, and for windows it is a haphazard process! is there an alternative, even an inexpensive alternative?
-should i dive into linux?
any advice much loved...
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|Oct 5, 2006, 11:39 AM||#2|
If you have never used Linux before, creating an OpenSSL cluster for 3D rendering is probably far off, years even. I've been using Linux for 3 and a half years and I have no idea how that works. Google "OpenSSL" and perhaps you are smarter than me and can figure it out faster.
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