Launching renders using the RenderStreet Modo plug-in
The Modo plug-in allows launching a render on RenderStreet with only one click. Please follow the instructions below to get started. First, download the plug-in from this page and install it, following the instructions from the same page. The plug-in ...
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: - ...
Using Irradiance Cache with Modo on RenderStreet
When rendering Modo projects with RenderStreet, we support precalculating the irradiance cache. This allows the animation renders to be flicker free. You don't need to change your project in any way for this to work, all the changes are being done ...
Texture baking in Modo
Important: Texture baking is supported only when rendering with Modo 11.1v1 or newer. Currently, texture baking in Modo works only for output baking mapped to render outputs. In order for such an item to be baked on RenderStreet, please set it up ...
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 ...