Viewing the number of render nodes currently rendering
The number of render nodes currently assigned to jobs in your account can be viewed in the top-right corner of your dashboard.
In case you are using both the monthly plan and on-demand rendering, the figure will show the total number of machines rendering at a given time. The figure is updated periodically by our system, to give you a general indication of the account status.
For on-demand and Studio renders, nodes are allocated as needed based on the characteristics of your rendering jobs.
For the monthly plan, nodes are allocated on a best-effort basis, depending on the total system load at a given time.
How to Render a Blender file on RenderStreet
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How to render a Modo file on RenderStreet
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Rendering Blender projects that have high memory requirements
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