The Zync team have posted an overview showing off the new Zync C4D. The video covers all the things you need to know to launch a render to Zync, from C4D.
ZYNC Render gives studios the computational power and global reach of Google’s infrastructure, directly from the 3D modeling tools artists already use.
Zync is a hybrid of sorts. It’s a mix of a render farm with plugins for host applications to make it easy to scale up renders. Zync offers the virtual unlimited computing power of Google’s Cloud Platform. It offers this kind of power without the technical minutiae. You don’t need to be a tech expert to work with Zync. Now C4D users can enjoy Zync C4D’s rendering scalability and affordability. All you need to do is send out renders to as many machines as you like, and they come back when they are complete.
Zync started with Autodesk Maya and Nuke. Recently the team have expanded to other applications such as Houdini and Cinema 4D.
The cloud rendering platform supports V-Ray, Arnold, RenderMan, and Houdini’s Mantra. Special to C4D, Zync C4D also supports the Cinema 4D Standard and Physical renderers. Extra features include Distributed rendering, job dependencies, references, advanced job monitoring.
Visit Zync Render for more information on Zync C4D.