3. Creator creates new job with render parameters

Once you have completed this process you will be able to find your Scene on the Scenes page. There you can create Jobs, delete Scenes, or sort Scenes by either date, name, or status.
Within the Job parameters, the creator can select what Tier they want to use for their render, between Tier 1: Trusted Partners, Tier 2: Priority, and Tier 3: Economy. The pricing and description of the services in each Tier is described in detail in Section 1: RNDR Pricing.
When you have a scene to render, you can create a Job. To begin this process, click the "Create a Job" button your scene. Then you will be redirected to the ‘Create a Job’ page.
Here you will have several options.

Main parameters

  • of Samples: Just like in OctaneRender, this sets the maximum number of samples per pixel before the rendering process stops. The higher the number of samples per pixel,
    the cleaner the render. For quick animations and scenes with predominantly direct
    lighting, a low amount of samples (500-1000) may suffice. In scenes with lots of indirect
    lighting and mesh lights, a few thousand samples may be required for a clear result
  • Resolution: This must be between 1 and up to 65000 for both width and height.
  • Select Frames: Range of frames you want to render (this can be a single frame, a
    range, or a mix of ranges)
  • Output: You have several options for the Format and the Output Naming Format. To
    change the format, simply click on the format you want. To change the Output Naming
    Format just enter one or more of the Output Naming Options in the field on the left.
You can customize the way your files are named for workflow management, version control, and easy batch importing into compositing software in the RNDR interface. Below is a diagram of the different naming options, which include: Scene Name, RNDR Pass Name and Frame Number, as well as custom elements. You can also customize the sequence of these naming conventions by adding and removing naming conventions. You can also select bit-depth and add metadata to your files.