Network rendering


Network rendering is the distribution of the rendering process across more than one machine (sometimes called a render farm). For example, you can divide an animation into smaller sequences and render each sequence on a different computer. You can also control when and on which computer to render. Rendering across a network of computers is often referred to as distributed rendering.

Using Maya, there are two ways to set up network rendering.

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