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How to upload a job using Maya and Reshift:

Open the scene on Maya with Redshift renderer that you will send to the render cloud.

Open the Maya render settings and set a name for the output under the “Image file output” tab.



Set an output format for your results, make sure you configure the wished frame range. Also do not forget to select the correct Camera to render online.

You can configure any desired GI settings under the GI tab, and use as well further settings from the Output Tab, as well configure any AOVs on the AOV tab before rendering on the cloud.

Now please close Maya render setup and open RebusFarm setup window on the RebusFarm Shelf.



Please refer to Maya Job Submission for more detailed information about each of the options of the RebusFarm setup window.



After configuring your RebusFarm settings, please click on the button “Render now” at the bottom of the RebusFarm setup window.

A new window will be opened for RebusFarm messages showing all the relevant information, warnings and errors your scene may have.



If you don’t get any error message, then please proceed to click on “Send to Rebus” to upload your job to the render cloud.

RebusFarm will upload to the render cloud all the assets required for rendering, you can check the progress of the upload process and rendering by visiting the ControlCenter. Once the upload process gets complete, the rendering process will start automatically if you activated the “Autostar render” option before uploading, if not you will have to do it manually by clicking on the “Start render” button in the Control Center. For further detail about how to manipulate the Control Center please click here.

As soon as the job gets complete, your results will be automatically downloaded to the output save path that you set on your render configuration.

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