GPU Rendering in the Cloud

Rendering is an important step in the automatic development of realistic 3D images and animation from 2D and 3D models (or collectively scene files). Scene files contain objects and associated attributes such as geometry, viewpoint, shading, texture, and lighting. Rendering is a time and resource intensive process which needs powerful hardware, super-fast SSD storage preferably with a Graphical Processing Unit (GPU). Rendering using GPU in the cloud is a solution that makes it easy for artists, designers, game developers, and marketing departments to get tremendous amount of CPU and GPU resources with minimal investment. The rendering is done much more quickly in the cloud and frees up the internal resources to the developers.

Whether you require rendering for a small one-time project, or you’ve the continuous need for rendering, Apps4Rent can help you. With its GPU accelerated virtual desktops, Apps4Rent provides the computing power your resource intensive rendering software needs so that you can get quicker results and deliver projects with better quality and on time. And if you want to render longer movies and animation, Apps4Rent as an Azure partner can get you practically unlimited resources billed by the hour.

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Why Choose Apps4Rent for Your Rendering Requirements?

Rendering is very power-intensive process. It requires a lot of computing horsepower and uses sophisticated machines. If you have a project that requires rendering for finite period, you don’t need to spend huge dollars on hardware. Apps4Rent offers scalable Cloud Desktops which can handle huge amount of computational power required for rendering. You can scale it up and down as per your requirement.If you need even more power and scalability, you can go for rendering on Azure.

A lot of people relate the term “rendering” to movies and gaming, but rendering is much more to that. In addition to VFX world, rendering is used in many industries like advertising, genomics, entertainment to name a few. Traditionally, rendering has been a time-consuming process which can take hours for full 3D modeling. With GPU rendering from Apps4Rent, cut down your render time drastically.

If you have random requirement for rendering as per projects, setting up entire rendering farms is unnecessary as well as expensive. The cloud-based rendering not only lowers your costs but offers great amount of flexibility. You can match your resources and select CPU/GPU based on rendering software. For example, the rendering software Octane fully uses a CUDA-enabled Nvidia GPU. Similarly, different renderers use different combinations of CPU/GPU cores.

Pay monthly for our Virtual Desktop plans. If you want to pay on hourly basis, you can go for rendering on Azure.

Rendering on cloud works similarly as it works in a local machine. You can install your 3D design applications (3ds Max, Blender, Maya, Revit, Premier, After Effects) and specialized rendering software (Octane, V-Ray, Redshift) on our Virtual Desktops. Render your files using these modeling programs and have a streamlined user experience.

Apps4Rent believes that creating a perfect artwork is the job of artist. We take care of the infrastructure that supports that task. We provide bandwidth, plumbing, interface on our Cloud Desktops, thereby taking care of entire graphics pipeline. Go ahead with creativity as we take care of the infrastructure.

CPU vs GPU Rendering

Traditionally, any rendering process was carried out by the Central Processing Unit (CPU).

CPU generally sits at the core of your system which runs all the programs of your workstation. It processes and controls all the information between networks, discs and screens. With GPU into the picture, GPU mostly performs the rendering process now. GPU can render the data very fast for the screen. With the technological advancements, heavy files can be rendered in relatively shorter periods of time.