Help

3DRC aims to simplify 3D rendering. This page contains guides for a range of scenarios and software. If you need further help, contact support.

Software guides

Using Maya 2017 with 3DRC

3DRC uses the Maya binary file format.

Using 3DS Max with 3DRC

3DRC uses the 3DS Max binary file format.

Using Blender Cycles with 3DRC

3DRC supports the Blender 2.x Cycles renderer. When uploading a .blend file ensure you pack all assets.

Using Cinema 4D with 3DRC

Support for Cinema 4D is experimental and may be missing some features. If you encounter problems or require extra features please contact support.

Using VRAY for C4D with 3DRC

Support for VRAY for C4D is coming soon. If you want to give feedback please contact support.

Using Octane for C4D with 3DRC

Support for Octane for C4D is coming soon. If you want to give feedback please contact support.

Using Modo with 3DRC

Support for Modo is experimental and may be missing some features. If you encounter problems or require extra features please contact support.

Using Houdini Mantra with 3DRC

Support for Houdini Mantra is coming soon. If you want to give feedback please contact support.

Using Corona with 3DRC

Support for Corona is coming soon. If you want to give feedback please contact support.

Using Mental Ray with 3DRC

Support for Mental Ray is coming soon. If you want to give feedback please contact support.

Using the Render Dashboard

  • When you are ready to render with 3DRC, login and navigate to the render dashboard.
  • Ensure you have enough credit in your account for the machine type you desire. You can top up at the top of the page in the Credit panel.
  • Select the software type on the left-hand side of the New Render table.
  • Give your render job a name. and select a machine type. 3DRC has different machine types for different job requirements.
  • Select a file source type. This is either a direct file upload or a URL that contains your 3D scene file.
  • Add the file to the upload input or enter the URL.
  • Select a frame type. This is how you specify the frames you want rendered. Either enter a start and end frame or a frame range. A frame range is a comma separated string of integers: 1,2,3,4.

Managing your account

  • To view transactions and previous job history first login. Then click account under the user icon in the top right of the navigation header.