Ship renders to the cloud via Conductor from a familiar interface within Clarisse
Conductor and Clarisse - how it works
At Conductor, we’re all about making life easier and more efficient for teams working in VFX and CGI production. We’ve created a scripted class submitter plug-in for Clarisse iFX which can be installed via the Conductor Companion App.
Easy to set up and use, the Conductor Clarisse Submitter tool is implemented as a custom node that lives inside your Clarisse project. Users can configure several jobs in a single project in Clarisse (called ConductorJobs), or a single job may also be set up to render many images.
Whether you have a lightweight or deeper production pipeline, Conductor has been designed to slip in seamlessly to create minimal disruption, making it the ideal solution for busy boutiques, or large studios looking to render in the cloud. Quickly fire up your scenes to render simultaneously in the cloud, either via Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Conductor plugs into the most widely used 3d and 2d creative software applications in creative production.
Check out our tutorial on how to use the Conductor Clarisse Submitter
Out-of-the-box, or customizable
Technical teams can use Conductor out of the box, or customize, using simple Python scripting, especially if wanting to take advantage of other integrations we have created. Artists can submit scenes to render from inside their favorite apps, allowing them to work in ways that are intuitive.
Dashboards and analytics
Users can set spending limits inside Conductor and gain insights via in-app dashboards to help with future budgeting and billing on jobs. Plus users can get job feedback and monitor renders in real-time. Another handy feature of Conductor is all completed render jobs are stored in one place after completion and can be downloaded to any location.
Cloud zones and regions from day one
Additionally, Conductor customers get access to dozens of cloud zones and regions from day one. Conductor's intelligent systems can detect resource exhaustion and make educated decisions as to where to provision the render nodes to get your renders back as quickly as possible.