GarageFarm.NET is a 3ds Max render farm fully based in the cloud. You get access to powerful machines and management system through the new cloud technology. We have taken care of all the time consuming and complex setup as well as the hardware maintenance burden to offer you a simple yet potent rendering solution.
Our software integrates with 3ds Max and connects you with the farm through a simple plugin. It checks the settings, gathers assets, packs the project, and uploads it over to the farm with an ease of a single click. Features such as automated scene versioning, asset syncing, and support for external plugins make the rendering a breeze.
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Georgios is a very interesting artist and filmmaker from Greece. His journey into the world of CG started in 2002 when he graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he studied Civil Engineering.
While working as an engineer, Georgios had a hobby he cultivated and which he then pursued as a career. Filmmaking and post-production soon became his main focus professionally as well as personally. Now, he has worked with studios like Framestore UK, Twin Pines VFX, Cherry Cherry VFX and Worldwide FX and worked on multiple films and large productions.
Get started with our 3ds Max Render Farm through this brief tutorial that explains the overall features of our V-ray for 3ds Max plugin:
Watch our tutorial for 3ds Max rendering with Corona to learn how to send a project to our render farm. Features covered:
Get started with our 3ds Max Render Farm by watching an overview tutorial that explains the main features of our Mental Ray for 3ds Max plugin:
You can also check out the entire playlist of our 3ds Max render farm tutorials (12 videos):