How do I use Praxilla as a Designer for rendering?
Using Praxilla as a designer for rendering with our Job Handler is a streamlined process for subscribed users:
- 1. Sign up: Begin by creating an account on our platform through our website and complete the registration.
- 2. Plugin and Job Handler: After registration, download and install our Blender Plugin and Praxilla Job Handler on your computer.
- 3. Configuration: The Plugin will automatically detect settings from your Blend-File, ensuring your preferences are used for rendering.
- 4. Upload Your Project: Easily upload your project files for rendering using the Blender Plugin, which seamlessly integrates with the Job Handler to distribute tasks across our network.
- 5. Monitor Progress: Keep an eye on the rendering progress through the Job Handler's interface.
- 6. Download Your Renders: Upon rendering completion, the Job Handler will automatically provide access to download high-quality images or animations of your project.
What version of Blender does Praxilla use for rendering?
Is there a limit to the size or complexity of the projects I can render on Praxilla's platform?
How does Praxilla ensure the security of my design files during rendering?
Is it possible to preview or monitor the rendering progress of my projects in real-time?
Are there any restrictions on the types of 3D design projects that can be rendered using Praxilla's platform?
What file formats are supported for uploading my 3D design projects?
Can I access customer support or assistance if I encounter issues with my rendering projects or hosting activities?
How much do I get paid as a host?
Is there a maximum number of machines I can contribute to the rendering network as a host?
How do I set up and configure my hardware for hosting on Praxilla's platform?
Is there a limit to how long I can be paid for hosting on Praxilla's platform?
How can I monitor the performance and utilization of my hardware while it's being used for rendering?
As a host, do I have control over the rendering tasks that are assigned to my hardware, or is it managed centrally by Praxilla?
What security measures are in place to protect my hardware and data while hosting on Praxilla's platform?