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Author Topic: any mandelbulb/box-renderer out there with Networking abilities?  (Read 761 times)
Description: Is there a Renderer which can distribute render-tasks over several pcs?
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« on: January 25, 2011, 12:10:34 PM »

Hi,
I'm a student at a university. There we have a PC-Room with 20+ Pcs, which run long hours in the night. I know the guys who handle the pcs.
If there was any Mandelbox-software that uses multiple clients to render images, I could render much faster.

Is there any software for mandelbox rendering out there?

thx
Lukas
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