Thinkbox Deadline 10.1.17.4 | 953.3 mb
Thinkbox Software Inc.
is pleased to announce the availability of Deadline 10.1.17.4. This release adds support for Corona 6 Standalone. The Standalone Python API is now Python 2/3 compatible. Various bug fixes and minor improvements are included in this release as well.- Allow Deadline Workers to use 'Workers Excluded From Limit' feature in Limit creation panel for limits with AWS exclusive UBL products selected (Autodesk + Renderman).
- Changed repository settings importer to skip importing settings that already exist instead of failing.
- Fixed incorrect help text for SetUserForUserGroup in the deadline command.
- The Standalone Python API is now Python 2/3 compatible.
- Removed the support for executing a non-script command.
- Added Corona 3, 4, 5, and 6 parameters to 3dsMax.
- Added support for Corona 6 Standalone.
- Now creating Redshift output paths before rendering in the Houdini plugin.
- Fixed an import issue when trying to import re.Match.
is a hassle-free administration and compute management toolkit for Windows, Linux, and macOS based render farms. It supports over 80 different content creation applications out of the box. It offers a world of flexibility and a wide-range of management options for render farms and compute clusters of all sizes, and allows users the freedom to easily access any combination of on-premise or cloud-based resources for their rendering and processing needs.
is the latest update of our easy to use compute management solution. This update adds native integration to the AWS Cloud to enable customers to expand their render farms - whether it exists on-premise, purely on the cloud, or a hybrid of both - simply and securely.
To ensure that all the appropriate files are available in the cloud, Deadline 10 synchronizes with local asset servers and manages the data transfer before rendering bs, tagging accounts and instances for cost tracking. With flexible licensing options, customers can purchase software licenses from the Thinkbox Marketplace, deploy existing licenses, or leverage a combination of the two to grow render farms elastically from the AWS Cloud.
The Deadline Workers can now automatically switch between Floating Licensing and Usage-Based Licensing. In addition, there is now an option for unlimited 3rd party Usage-Based Licensing when configuring a 3rd party Limit.
The new Deadline Remote Connection Server application is a drop-in replacement for the Deadline Proxy Server application and offers better performance and scalability.
All settings in the Deadline configuration file can now be overridden using environment variables for added flexibility.
To enhance security, a new Execute Command Allow List option has been added to Remote Administration, allowing administrators to pick from a list of pre-defined commands to execute remotely, while removing the ability to type in arbitrary commands. This new feature is optional, and enabled by default.
helps creative studios and visual artists scale your creativity on premises, hybrid, or on the cloud. AWS Thinkbox develops Deadline, a high-volume compute management software application that helps studios optimize and scale their compute resources, as well as a series of 3D plugins and applications that help artists and studios tackle complex looks and tasks. By providing a conduit to AWS and near-limitless compute capacity, AWS Thinkbox helps creative professionals scale up and down elastically while maintaining artistic control of your project.
AWS Thinkbox tools have been at the core of award winning projects, music videos, commercials, and hundreds of hours of creative content spanning film, broadcast, commercial, marketing, games, and web content. In addition to Media & Entertainment, AWS Thinkbox tools are used in the Architecture (CAD/CAM), Eeering, Manufacturing, and non-clinical Medical Visualization industries to create, visualize, and modify datasets as large as city streets and as small as microscopic cells.