SSS support on GPU in Blender
SSS is officially supported on GPU in Blender starting with version 2.72. However, it's included in the 'experimental' kernel, not in the 'supported' one. If your project uses SSS and you want to render it on GPU, please launch the job from the Web interface and select the 'Experimental' feature set . If you uploaded the job using the plugin, please clone it to create a new job and select 'Experimental' for the new one.
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 ...
Rendering stereoscopic images in Blender
Starting with version 2.75, Blender has official support for creating stereoscopic images. When rendered from the Blender interface, clicking 'Save image' saves both the left and the right eye images automatically. However, when rendering the image ...
Texture baking in Blender
Texture baking is supported on RenderStreet, via the BakeTool add-on developed by Cogumelo Softworks. We chose to support texture baking in this format since we believe that the BakeTool simplifies the process for you and makes it easier to organize ...
How baking works with Blender on RenderStreet
In Blender, you can apply multiple physics attributes to objects. Some of them need baking in order to work. Please read below for the specific instructions for each type of baking and don't forget to read the important notes at the end of the ...
3rd party Blender plug-ins / add-ons compatibility with RenderStreet
We support the majority of 3rd party add-ons for Blender. Read on for more details about how it works. 1. Plug-ins supported automatically Starting with Blender 2.80, we have added automatic support for a number of popular plug-ins. The list of ...