Scaling out rendering should be an effortless job
Have you ever been working on a project, only to find out that you don’t have enough compute resources in-house to meet your deadline? If so, then you’ve undoubtedly searched the internet for render farm services to assist. When you did this, you found a lot of “services” that claimed to offer rendering. Most of them were unclear on how they worked, how much they charged, or even where they were in the world. You may have signed up for one of the services you found, only later to realize there were confusing limitations or obstacles that still prevented you from meeting your deadline.
If that was you, then allow us to introduce you to Pixel Plow. Pixel Plow is an always-on, cloud-based render farm service that differentiates themselves from the competition by being easy to use.
To start using Pixel Plow, simply go to pixelplow.net and sign up for an account. When done, you’ll get a welcome email with links to their agent software (available on Windows or Mac). A quick download and install of the agent, and you’re ready to render. Submitting your first job requires a small amount of prep, the directions of which are a clickable link in the agent window. You prep your scene, submit your job, and watch in amazement as completed frames begin to trickle back to your computer as they complete.
The Pixel Plow agent displays all the pertinent job metrics while your render is running, so you can keep tabs on what is going on. Things like cost consumed, estimated completion time, estimated job cost, and data transfer performance are all displayed and updated in near real-time. Pixel Plow is up front and honest about the rates charged, software deployed, and versions running. No hiding costs behind tokens, credits, or any other nonsense!
Attention to the details of all aspects of online render farms is what makes using Pixel Plow an easy choice to make.
Pixel Plow is an always-on, cloud-based render farm service that differentiates themselves from the competition by being easy to use