File transfer - upload and download
Uploading your project using FTP
In order to use FTP upload on RenderStreet, please follow these steps: 1. Connect your FTP client to our FTP server by using the credentials shown in the storage location page in your account. Important: please make sure to use the correct host ...
Automatically downloading the renders on FTP
Update 2021: As we have upgraded our FTP servers to support newer (and safer) security protocols, FTP Voyager no longer works. This article will be revised soon to suggest other software to be used for this purpose. In case of large renders, or for ...
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 ...
Mapping an FTP drive in Windows 7/8/10
If you are using Windows 7, 8 or 10, you can map your RenderStreet FTP account as a drive in your system. This makes the file operations easier, as you will be able to use the FTP account as a regular drive. You can see here a step-by-step tutorial ...
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 ...
Automatically uploading renders to your cloud account
Your RenderStreet account can be set up so that all your renders are uploaded directly to your cloud account. Once the initial setup has been completed, all the renders that are completed after that moment will be automatically uploaded to the ...