Qube! Worker Licenseprovides the feature set relied upon by leading visual effects studios, architecture firms, automotive manufacturers, broadcast stations, post houses and schools teaching digital media around the world.
Since the introduction and then the further proliferation of GPU rendering, facilities are increasingly interested if use of these processor units will help them save time, increase complexity, and generate larger output formats. An integral part of using GPU's is figuring out what support is available in your render farm manager.
ArtistView is a fast, visual, and artist-friendly front end to managing your render jobs. ArtistView includes everything an end user needs to easily manage their own render jobs. Always flexible, every right-click menu item and context sensitive tab is a simple and easy to create python plug-in. Manage and troubleshoot rendering jobs while seeing a breakdown of current and planned jobs, estimated completion times, a log history and rendered frames previews. Controls over the queue allow a user to block a job, kill it, re-attempt or sort it for more efficient results. It is also possible to scrub through rendered frames directly inside the GUI.
The Qube! Worker LicenseWranglerView GUI allows wranglers and system administrators to monitor and manage servers and other network equipment on your render pipeline in a straight-forward and complete view.
Qube! Worker LicenseMobileView enables users to monitor the render queue remotely and perform essential tasks such as retrying dropped frames.
Qube! Worker License QBLocker is a desktop application for artists or students to easily add or subtract CPU cores to and from the render farm. Only one click to purge render jobs if the desktop is needed for creative work.
Custom job types
Host clustering priority
Centralized worker configuration
Customizable UI application
Offline host reacquisition
Windows drive mapping
Shotgun Software Integration
Pre and Post Flight Jobs
Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Latest Qube! Novedge Webinar
Novedge Webinar #170: How Qube! Facilitates Design