I have many computers around me. So i want to use them for rendering.
Can you help me for do this ???
I've also try to use renderd/broker but it doesn't work properly (perhaps a configuration mistake...).
Tell me how to do this things, thanks.
If you use Linux, Irix or Mac OSX, maybe you want to try DrQueue. It was written by a Pal of mine and it works with Maya, renderman and Blender. The Windows Port is not done yet. It will follow soon.
You can find it here:
If you have problems using it, mail me.
Thanks renderjunkie !!!
But I use windows and that's why i have the problem...
If somebody can tell me an another solution ??
It's ok, it seems to work better...But can you help for configurate it and also start a rendering on network ??
Sorry, better link:
There are two Versions of the Win32 renderd/broker binaries. Better use the no-debug version..
Extract the files.
Read the file README.
On Windows right-click on file README choose "open with....", then choose editor.
Follow the instructions.
For offline reading print the file. =8-))
I have this problem now :
1> 250 Blender file accepted
27 bytes out ( 0 to go) of the total 27
1< SingleShotRender 1
Blender renders frame 1
blendercommand = blender.exe -b renderd.blend-1 -f 1
'import site' failed; use -v for traceback
1> 504 blender render command failed
35 bytes out ( 0 to go) of the total 35
[Warning: could not determine argv path
sys_init:warning - no sitedirs added from site module
Created avi: render/0001_0001.avi
added frame 1 (frame 0 in avi): Time: 00:28.89
Does somebody have a resolution??
1. 'import site' failed; use -v for traceback
check your python-installation (maybe)
2. You cannot render an avi-file via network. Use a single image format tga or jpeg. Composition can be done with Sequenceeditor.
Tipp: use a dedicated server. Mount the shared Blenderdirectory on the clients and start on each client the renderdaemon from the share. So you don't have to mess around with directorynames.
Tipp: use linux =8-)
It's work now !!
Thanks for all
Renderd/broker is up to ver 0.44 now. You can download from the link below binaries for Windows, Linux, and Solaris x86.
Some of the things that are changed since 0.41:
* Configure settings by renderd.config file:
* A new work directory is created where the current blend file resides until the render job is finished.
* Broker checks the work directory during an active rendering if a renderd machine connects.
* Renderd reports the platform it is running on when connecting to broker.
* Broker will shutdown all renderds if issued a Ctrl-C
At the moment I am working on Fault-tolerance and better job reporting.
Report bugs, quirks, etc to: