The hottest graphics card right now is RTX 4090, with much hype over how it outperforms other old series 3000 and 2000. In this article, iRender will help you to have a look at its specifications, test its performance and introduce a perfect new RTX 4090 server for Redshift rendering.
We already have an overview article about the factors to consider before choosing the most suitable render farm. Leaving aside the unique advantages and disadvantages of each render farm on the market, today we will only discuss the issues related to calculating of render farms, which any user should know and understand. So in today’s article, let’s see how render farms calculate prices, and compare with our iRender pricing.
Megascans is a vast online scan library with desktop apps for organizing, combining, and exporting your downloaded scan data. It offers high-resolution, consistent PBR calibrated surface, vegetation, and 3D images. It is the result of five years of scanning and a partnership with the biggest video game and movie studios in the world.
Today, iRender will guide you 2 methods to install Megascans Plugin for Cinema 4D.
Have you been trying to make your Daz Studio renders better? When considering the dForce Wind Node’s capabilities carefully, it may be a way to avoid uncanny characters in our renderings indirectly, improve the realism of our compositions, and add a fun dynamic to our creation. Let’s explore dForce in Daz Studio today with iRender.
In some rendering engines, there are two methods which can help you render: bucket rendering and progressive rendering. Both of them have their advantages and disadvantages when processing the images. In this article, let’s compare Bucket vs progressive rendering: which one is better for your final renders?
When performing a final render, it is vital to reduce noise as much as possible. In this article, we will go through some tricks that are particularly important to reduce noise when rendering animations within a reasonable time (although they seem to break the laws of physics). Let’s explore with iRender!