Rendering on in use computer

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Rendering on in use computer

Postby hades » 19 Sep 2014, 15:29


If I will install RenderPal v2 in to my all office PC's around 100 of them. Can I use this PC's for rendering without employee knowing it. As like backburner use all 100% of cpu power and displaying rendering image and no one else is able to work on this machine no more.

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Re: Rendering on in use computer

Postby Shoran Support » 20 Sep 2014, 14:09

Most renderers let you specify the number of threads (and thus the number of CPU cores) to use, and RenderPal allows you to specify this on a per-client basis. This way, you can "reserve" a certain number of CPU cores for other duties; however, there is no way to guarantee this, as there is technically no way to throttle a process. RenderPal lets you also specify which process priority to use for the rendering process, and if you select a very low one, all other processes will receive higher priority and so artists can work better even while a rendering is in progress.
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