Bucharest,Romania. April 26 2013. RenderStreet (http://render.st), a Romanian render farmheadquartered in Bucharest, acquires BlenderRenders, one of the first farms onthe market exclusively dedicated to Blender users, established in 2010 in Boston,USA. The acquisition furthers the strategic expansion of RenderStreet and its commitmentto provide this market with better value-added services. By incorporatingBlenderRenders, Render Street now offers rendering services to a portfolio of morethan 800 customers worldwide.
He is a 30yr old freelance 3D artist. He uses a RenderStreet monthly with Windows machine with multiple screens as his main device but also goes mobile sometimes. He is satisfied with the overall aspect of the platform but would like it to be more modern and also have some new features: reordering jobs, organising, renaming after they. RenderStreet is the next generation render farm for 3D projects. It was development since January 2012, then in close beta from mid-November 2012 to End of January 2013. The site was launched as open beta in February 2013. RenderStreet stand by independent professionals, artists and studios by keeping their attention on what they are doing best. $begingroup$ I've been opening and reopening since yesterday. Following exact instructions from here in the tutorial. Once I have opened the image under image texture, it is still pink. File path is correct, no missing files when I use File External Data Report Missing Files. RenderStreet (a Romanian render farm headquartered in Bucharest, acquires BlenderRenders, one of the first farms on the market. RenderStreet has been created specifically to address the rendering-related pain points of small and mid-sized studios and freelancers. We take care of the technical part so you won’t have to. We help you deliver and go the extra mile when needed, to keep your clients happy. We know how it is to be you.
“The team atRenderStreet will be continuing our services and I have every reason to believethat they are going to do a fantastic job”, said Aaron Kammerer, former ownerof BlenderRenders. “They launched a fewmonths ago and are already offering GPU rendering to really speed up yourrender times. Their services are Blender-centric, their site is reallystraightforward to use, and they are supporting the latest versions of Blender.”completed Kammerer.
“We areexcited about welcoming the BlenderRenders users to the Render Street family”, said Marius Iatan, CEO ofRenderStreet. “As a young company thatwas just launched, we see this acquisition as an important step forward indriving recognition for our business in the marketplace.RenderStreet is an easy touse and affordable render farm for 3D projects and we are very proud of ourexcellent customer support. Using our services, the customers can increasetheir rendering speed a hundred times or more for larger animations.” added Iatan.
In 2013 RenderStreet plans to expandits services to provide tailored solutions for animation studios and become thenumber one choice for Blender professionals.
The 3D rendering software market isprojected to have an annual growth rate of 21.4 percent over the period2011-2015 and the largest Blender online user community has more than 146,000members at this moment.
-RenderStreet is a young company founded in 2013 by a group of3 seasoned professionals whose vision was to offer the next generation solutionto the 3D rendering market. After a history of 12 years of working together andhaving analyzed the on-line rendering market, the founders started their ownbusiness of providing such services with top of the line hardware andtechnology, a friendlier interface, a better customer support and competitiveprices.
-The service, with public launch in February 2013 and 3 monthsof closed beta, was selected for Startup Spotlight, the biggest competition forstartups in South East Europe in 2012.
-Render Street is part of the Windows Azure 60K program.
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Architectural rendering and 3D model building is nolonger something you do with your free time in your grandmother’s basement whereyou can heedlessly explore your digital passions. Not long ago, being arendering artist made the jump from hobby to profession, and dedicatedcompanies are starting to crop up to close the gap between demand and supplythe professional design world has found itself struggling with. There are a lotof firms and offices out there in need of quality presentation graphics butlack the resources, personnel, or in-house technology to make their drawingsconsistently good.
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You might think it weird to include a property owned by Google on thislist. Not to mention the rendering and modeling purists who scoff at the veryidea of using SketchUp to model something rather than the more complicated butcapable likes of 3DSMax, Rhino, or Maya. But you cannot deny the effectSketchUp has had on the design and architecture industry. Sketchup has turnedeveryone into a 3D modeler, and is a quick(er) way for design professionals totest their work against their understanding of space in three dimensions. It’seasy. It’s fast. It’s robust. And most importantly, it’s free!
I’m sure you have your doubts, but Google Sketchup is absolutely arendering service. In addition to providing the tools to let anyone beginconstructing things in digital three dimensions, it’s allowed Google topopulate its Earth with nearly every building on the planet. This in itself isa tool used by architects and renderers alike to get real image data availablefor use in their design drawings.
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