Cinema 4D Single Frame Rendering
July 16th, 2010: REBUSfarm supports Cinema 4D V-ray single frame rendering
From now on REBUSfarm supports Maxon Cinema 4D V-Ray single frame rendering simultan on 800 cores.
The render farm spreads the rendering of a single frame over 100 Dual XEON PCs, equivalent to 800 cores. The rendering of animations is distributed over the whole facility, meaning 3700 GHz or 236 PCs.
In 1991, the Losch brothers and MAXON came together. After two years of development, the first version of CINEMA 4D was launched in December of 1993. This was followed in May 1994 with an upgrade to CINEMA 4D V1.5, with major improvements in rendering quality. Suddenly, CINEMA 4D was winning every possible award throughout the European market. CINEMA 4D quickly became MAXON Computer's flagship product.
REBUSfarm is a spin-off to REBUSmedia (see www.rebus-media.de). The company has been founded in Cologne in 2006, by André Konnopasch and Ralph Huchtemann, and leads the market in Europe. REBUSfarm aims at fulfilling the growing need of rendering power in the field of 3D-animation. REBUSfarm supports a wide range of 3D applications. This includes so-called host-applications, as well as secondary rendering applications. Furthermore REBUSfarm aims at offering the biggest possible rendering capacity at the most affordable price, while maintaining service oriented contact to the customer.