Improve render speed

Per-frame parallel command-line rendering made easy.

Safety fallback

Jobs that terminated unsuccessfully are added back to the job list.

Monitor and adjust while rendering

You can adjust several parameters during command-line rendering, like the number of cores or the verbosity.

Enable/disable jobs while rendering

More flexible and fine grained than default divide and render approach due to task queue. You can disable the rest of the range of jobs during the rendering.

Easy Commandline management

Adjust the command line via UI.


One Comment

  • Niklas says:

    I really like what you have done here! I have been using it for some time now and it is very good. That is if you dont have a render farm^^
    I’ve been wondering, can you choose that each core/nuke to render multiple frames each.
    For instance i need to render 100 frames. I have 10 cores available. Can all cores batch render 10 frames each?
    In that way a new nuke doesn’t need to be loaded each time a new frame is required to render.

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