Blender Project
How to render your first Blender project

First things first: create an account. If you haven't done it yet you can go to our sign up page.

After you sign up you'll be redirected to the Projects Page.

Here you can check your balance and your current projects list.

To create a new project click the "Add project" button and give your project a name.

Great!

Now we are off to the next step!
Upload your files

To upload files use the "Add files" button or just drag'n'drop files into the page area.

After selecting the files you'll see an upload indicator.

Once the upload is complete you will see your files in the table. There will be three buttons for a *.blend file: to delete the file, rename it or to start the rendering.


Now press the start button and a render settings pop-up will appear.
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Render settings

Here you can choose you rendering settings.

We currently support the following Blender versions: 2.78b, 2.78c, 2.79, 2.79a, 2.79b.

If "Still frame" option is selected you can specify the frame number you want to be rendered.

If you switch it to "Animation" mode you can specify the range of frames you want to make a video.

It's better to render some scenes on CPU and others on GPU. You can choose a render device by selecting from the Render node list.

We use Cycles engine for all scenes by default. If you want to change the "Samples" setting, set a new value into the "Samples" input.

Press the "Start" button once it's done.
Get your render

After clicking the "Start" button you will get a link to the task page (Image 1).

The task settings and the task status will be shown here (Image 2).

When the task is ready its status will change to "Task completed" and you will see a preview with watermarks (Image 3).

If you're satisfied with the result you can buy the final image without watermarks. To do so click the "Pay for the task" link below the preview (Image 4).
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Rendered image

Here you are, the rendering is completed!

Source files for this manual were downloaded from Blender demo files (version 2.78).

Blender 2.78 - Procedural
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