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Rendering Maya and or Adobe encoding?

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idmah
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Rendering Maya and or Adobe encoding?

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Post by idmah » 30 Sep 2015 17:25

Hi All.

Feel Free to answer NO..
BUT if you know of anything or a work around, that would be awesome!

What I'm looking for is a renderer that will work in Nas4Free for Maya and or Adobe.
My Nas4Free is almost as powerful as my Main PC and extra horsepower would be greatly appreciated

thanks

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Re: Rendering Maya and or Adobe encoding?

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Post by Parkcomm » 01 Oct 2015 14:04

You could install blender in a jail and use the command line interface. I'm not sure how easy (or if its possible) to import Blender files into Maya
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