For smaller animation studios, building an on-site render farm may be cost-prohibitive, so a cloud-based render farm may be set up to service multiple animators through high speed internet. The establishment of a cloud-based render farm is often a prerequisite for a successful and vibrant animation industry.
At every stage of a project, a render farm may be used to ensure the final product hews closely to the original vision. Here are some ways a render farm can be beneficial to animation studios, freelance content creators, and the show business in general.
Conception: In addition to drawing a storyboard, the artist may quickly create high-quality preview renderings for presentation and discussion. Alternative versions of the same scene can be produced effortlessly, allowing for greater creative flexibility.
Revision: Re-rendering can be done painlessly, without extending working hours or sacrificing quality. Being able to tweak and adjust finished products means you never have to compromise your vision.
Completion: Once the final cut has been approved, the animation can be polished to perfection and made ready for screening in a shorter amount of time.
The availability of easy-to-make, high-quality visual effects can also spur creativity in unexpected ways. For example, CGI may be merged with the performing arts to deliver a surreal mix between live performers and virtual projections.
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