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Sarcoex's Blender Web Interface

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A simple web interface for Blender, for rendering animations..

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A simple web interface for Blender, for rendering animation with clusters.

"Blender is the free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License."

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Features

  • Version 0.0.6a Released
  • Distributed rendering
  • Php web interface to view status of render jobs
  • Php web interface to create new render jobs
  • Php web interface to abort render jobs
  • Node software to render with Blender through command-line
  • Node software to upload render status with MySQL (SQL)
  • Node software to fetch available render jobs, and render. (If none are marked as 'taken')
  • Android application to view status of render jobs with GET
  • Android application to abort render jobs GET

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Programming Language

PHP, JavaScript, Java

Registered

2011-10-27

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