Render Pool BLOG

CPU-based render farms are slowly becoming a thing of the past. Their rendering speeds cannot compare to what a GPU render farm can provide. While exclusively GPU-based render farms are not very common as RAM limitations and render engine specificity lead to them not being very cost-effective in the long run, CPU render farms with

Architectural 3D rendering has come a long way over the past couple decades. Rendering companies are expanding upon industry-standard, hyper-realistic visualizations with new services like simulated environments that let prospective clients virtually experience your architecture first hand. Furthermore, these beautiful representations can be mocked up and created to visualize the proof-of-concept with a quick turnaround.

Though Eevee is Blender’s standout engine in terms of speed and usability, many experienced Blender users still stand by Cycles as their preferred rendering engine. Unlike Eevee, Cycles is much more powerful especially when you’re looking for photo-realism in your renders. However, the more complex the scene or materials are, the longer you should expect

The two largest manufacturers of high-performance graphics cards are AMD and NVIDIA, but which series and models are a better buy? This breakdown is designed to help you decide for yourself on which processor is right for your work and your wallet. 7 Best AMD Radeon Series Graphics Cards AMD’s powerful but cost-effective Radeon series,

A render farm is a computer network utilizing high-performance GPU and CPU cores running in tandem to aid in the production and rendering of CGI. Since the ’90s, this innovative process has been assisting design and production studios with quickly creating beautiful renders of complex algorithms used for animation and visual effects in film, television,

Morgenrot, inc. (hereafter referred to as “we”) is developing software (scene assembly software) for Render Pool in collaboration with TMS Entertainment, Inc. Therefore, we interviewed two people in charge of the project in June 2020 to introduce our company and TMS Entertainment’s efforts. Mr. Kohei Ito, General Manager, Digital Promotion Office, TMS Entertainment, Inc. Mr.

Blender is quite the fascinating creature: An open source engine that caters to the industry, but not immediately acknowledged by it. A powerful and versatile system, but community supported and free. All of this and three built-in rendering engines makes Blender something of a mystery, but one with so many possibilities. Keep reading to find

If you’re keeping up to date with the newest advances in graphics technologies, you’re likely already aware AMD has had quite a few successes in the past few years including ProRender, Radeon’s CPU+GPU rendering engine — a physically based engine built from industry standards and easily integrated into almost all major 3D modeling software including

Whichever 3D modeling or design program you choose to use, when the time comes to generate the final graphic output, the rendering process is one of the most important steps. The rendering engine that usually comes with most modeling software has a variety of different processes used to complete a scene. Keep reading to find

Once you have completed your work and are ready to finalize it, cloud rendering can help you expedite your rendering process by providing studio-quality renders that take mere seconds or minutes to complete as opposed to hours or days when rendering on a single workstation. Cloud-based render farms, like Render Pool, can also provide results