File retention policy (how long do we keep your files)
According to our current retention policy, your files (both the project files and the renders) will be available as follows:
- On-demand plan: 14 days
- RenderStreet One: 14 days
- Studio plan: 14 days, can be extended on a case-by-case basis
After the respective number of days, the files will be deleted and cannot be recovered at a later time.
Transferring files from your Dropbox / Google Drive / Microsoft OneDrive account to RenderStreet
If you are using Dropbox, Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive to host your project files, you can transfer them with one click to your RenderStreet account. This is how the process works: 1. Go to the " Add Render Job " page in your account. From the ...
How to Render a Blender file on RenderStreet
On RenderStreet, a render is called a 'job'. The name applies to both still images and animations, and this article will show you how you can create jobs on our farm. In order to launch a job, you will need a positive credits balance (for on-demand ...
Using external files (MDD, Alembic) with Modo
MDD and Alembic cache files are supported on RenderStreet. The easiest way to render them is by using our Modo plugin. The plugin automatically collects these files and uploads them to the farm in such a way so they are being recognized by Modo and ...
How to render a Modo file on RenderStreet
Starting a new render from your Modo file On RenderStreet, a render is called a 'job'. The name applies to both still images and animations, and this article will show you how you can create jobs on our farm. There are several ways to launch a job: - ...
How to pack your Blender file for uploading
You can upload your files to RenderStreet either packed or unpacked. Read below for instructions applicable to each case. These instructions only apply if you wish to upload the project manually, via FTP, cloud transfer or directly to our website. If ...