Online rendering with Renderro Cloud Desktops

What’s online rendering?

Simply putting, 3D rendering is a process where you take your 3D model created in any of the 3D animation software and convert it to 2D images. The rendering process doesn't always relate to 3D rendering, but is also applicable to 2D renders, in a very broad sense.

Online rendering is simply taking this process to a cloud-based platform like a render farm or Renderro. The reason for that is the power offered by the Cloud Desktops that makes the rendering process much faster, cutting the time you need to deliver the final project.

Online rendering with Renderro

Pick your powerful Cloud Desktop

Renderro Turbo Cloud Desktop, which is our most powerful setup option offers 4 x NVIDIA A10Ggraphic cards with 96 GB GPU, leaving any physical workstations far behind.

Install and run any 3D software

What's even more important, Renderro Computers do not limit the rendering to specific rendering engines, often offered by render farms, but give you total freedom as to the choice of 3D rendering software and engines you install on your computer.

Easily switch between your computer

With that freedom, you can move your whole workflow to Renderro Cloud Desktops, seamlessly switching between the most powerful Turbo setup, and cheaper Medium computers, which are perfect for 3D modeling and less demanding tasks.

What’s 3D rendering?

Simply put, 3D rendering is the process of 3D computer graphics that converts 3D models into 2D images on the computer. 3D renderings can contain photo-realistic effects or unrealistic styles. Rendering is used in architecture, simulators, video games, movies and television visual effects, and design visualization.

3D rendered images are often scalable, navigable, and interactive. 3D rendering software may include some animation tools or integrate with animation software to bring scenes to life, for later use in video games, movies, television shows, or other


Top 3 Rendering Software that works with Renderro


💰 Price: 1700 USD/ Annually

💻 Compatibility: Windows, macOS, Linux, Renderro

🎚️ Difficulty: Medium

🌟 User score: G2 - 4.3/5

Maya is a tool for creating 3D graphics and animation. It is one of the basic programs of this type used in the creation of special effects in the film industry, where also users encounter problems with rendering efficiency.

The interface of Maya is easy to navigate. Good graphics as well and easy access to tools. Every year, a new feature is added to make the software easier to use.

Novices may be slightly consterned at first, but you can learn to use it very quickly.

Cinema 4D

💰 Price: 820 USD/ Annually

💻 Compatibility: Windows, macOS, Linux, Renderro

🎚️ Difficulty: Medium

🌟 User score: G2 - 4.6/5

Cinema 4D is a professional 3D modeling, animation, simulation, and rendering software solution. Its fast, powerful, flexible, and stable toolset make 3D workflows more accessible and efficient for design, motion graphics, VFX, AR/MR/VR, game development, and all types of visualization professionals.

The main benefits of Cinema 4D are speeding up workflows, streamlining animation, and integrating your processes using various apps like CAD applications and Adobe products.

The interface is also quite clean and knowing Maya you will have ease of using Cinema 4D too. This is my second choice right after Maya.


💰 Price: Free

💻 Compatibility: Windows, macOS, Linux

🎚️ Difficulty: Medium

🌟 User score: G2 - 4.5/5

Blender is surely a name you have stumbled upon the second you got interested in 3D animation.It has become the first-choice tool for 3D animators working on commercial and amateur 3D animations, and for a good reason.

The huge community comes with numerous tutorials on different aspects of creating 3D animations and rendering with Blender software.One of the most important pros of Blender is that it can be applied in all projects, sized from a short animation to full movies, with absolutely no limitations and it is also quite easy to learn.

Blender free animation software is still a fresh breeze on the expensive market that 3D rendering software tends to be.