Phoenix FDSimulation License allows you to run different simulations in parallel via render managers such as Thinkbox Deadline and Backburner. However, currently you cannot distribute a single simulation over multiple machines.
FLEXIBLE NETWORK RENDERING - Take advantage of running several simulations on several different network machines.
EASY TO MANAGE - Run a simulation without a user interface on a local or remote machine using Backburner, Deadline, or another render manager.
EFFICIENT - Keep working and offload simulation tasks to other machines.
COST-EFFECTIVE - Simulation nodes are an affordable way to speed up simulation workflow.
UNIVERSAL - Simulation node licenses support both Phoenix FD for 3ds & Phoenix FD for Maya.
Support & Maintenance
APhoenix FDmajor version has activeSOFTWARE SUPPORT & MAINTENANCEfrom its release date to the following next major release date. During the SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE stage Chaos will:
Release minor updates including patches, bug fixes, service packs, enhancements, new minor features, and platform compatibility updates.
Provide support and technical assistance to clients.
Provide software builds for download.
Recommended System Specification
Manufacturer's system requirements are generally the bare minimum that you need to run the software and insufficient for effective and productive operation of the product.
Our suggested "real world" mid-range desktop system key specifications to properly run Phoenix FD are as follows:
CPU: Intel Core i7
Graphics Card: NVIDIA QUADRO RTX4000
Hard Drive: 1TB NVMe
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro
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