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June 28, 2011, 12:53:30 AM
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Hello everybody.

I have over 15GHz of computing power available to use to help speed up render times for modelers, animators, etc. This is a render only service, I am not providing modeling services.

My current price is 0.05BTC per GHz hour (minimum order of 1GHz hour). This is about 0.50USD at the current exchange rate.
Payment due at the end of rendering, I will send you a watermarked proof for free prior to payment.

I currently have support for the following render engines: Blender3D Internal, YafaRay, LuxRender, and Cycles. Most of these are centered around the Blender3D software, but if your package can export to any of these, I will accept them.

In addition to providing rendering services, I will also bake Blender3D simulations for the same price of 0.05BTC per GHz hour.


Edit 8/10/11: Just changed the prices to reflect the lower exchange rate.

Edit 8/11/11: Cheaned up the wording some.

Since all the cool kids are doing it, here is my donation address: 1FZeuMzGy5GZPZofQaReMzq4rzJuyUJvZy.  Any amount is welcome.
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August 12, 2011, 02:36:20 AM
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Shameful bump from page 9  Sad

My service is still available.

Since all the cool kids are doing it, here is my donation address: 1FZeuMzGy5GZPZofQaReMzq4rzJuyUJvZy.  Any amount is welcome.
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August 15, 2011, 06:49:57 PM
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Why should people use your service when its 7 times more expensive compared to a professional (run by fulltime staff) renderfarm?

http://www.rebusfarm.com/Render-Farm-Rebus-Farm_en.html
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Why should people use your service when its 7 times more expensive compared to a professional (run by fulltime staff) renderfarm?

http://www.rebusfarm.com/Render-Farm-Rebus-Farm_en.html

Oh, I never saw REBUSfarm during my initial price comparison. I would like to thank you for pointing them out to me ivan.

The sidebar of supported software does not list Blender3D. The only mention of support for it is from a January 2008 news post. A thread on Blender Artists, mentions that there is a 40 euro fee per render job when rendering a Blender scene due to it having to be submitted manually by REBUSfarm staff. I am aware that this info is out of date, I have contacted REBUSfarm about the current status and will post back when I receive a response. Also, there is the fact that REBUSfarm (and every render farm as far as I know) does not accept Bitcoins as payment.

Newspost: http://www.rebusfarm.com/newsflash/blender-3d-und-yafray_en.html
Forum Thread: http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?156368-Rebus-Render-Farm-For-Blender-(End-User-Review)

Since all the cool kids are doing it, here is my donation address: 1FZeuMzGy5GZPZofQaReMzq4rzJuyUJvZy.  Any amount is welcome.
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