Aug 2 2021

7. Use remote server(s)

When accessing an iRender’s remote server, you can check its device specifications to see if it’s exactly what iRender offers. Software Installation/Set up To set up any software Move its installer to the hard drive (C/Desktop). Then proceed with the installation.  iRender has already provided installers of common 3D software and applications that are in X drive.  Software Version License […]

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Aug 2 2021

8. Shutdown

There are 3 options for you to shut down the remote server. Schedule shutdown 1. On the image screen, choose Scheduler. 2. On the Scheduler machine box, select a specific time to shut down the server. Read more here.   Normal shutdown 1. On the image screen, choose Shutdown. 2. On the Shutdown machine box, choose the Shutdown box. Shutdown […]

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Aug 2 2021

9. Get results

Get results through iRender Driver 1. Move your rendered files in C drive to Z drive. Those files will be synced with iRender Driver. 2. On your personal computer, open iRender Driver with your iRender credentials.  3. Right-click on the result folder and choose Download or click Download on Topbar. Get results through other transfer file methods […]

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Aug 2 2021

10. Must-know tips for better using iRender services

C drive is a hard drive while Z and X drives are network drives. C drive is to perform heavy tasks that require high computing performance, such as rendering, training Deep Learning models, etc. Meanwhile, Z drive, synced with iRender Drive/GpuHub_Sync, is to transfer files. X drive contains common software installers. There are some useful […]

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