The Brazil renderer is the industry standard for high-end quality, flexibility, reliability, and artist-friendly workflow in 3ds Max.
The Brazil renderer is the industry standard for high-end quality, flexibility, reliability, and artist-friendly workflow. It is a proprietary commercial plugin for 3D Studio Max and Autodesk VIZ. Created by SplutterFish, it is capable of high quality photorealistic rendering using fast ray tracing and global illumination. Used by computer graphics artists and major studios to generate content for print, online content, broadcast solutions and feature films. Some major examples are Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Sin City, Superman Returns and The Incredibles.
Brazil offers its own set of light and camera objects, materials, as well as advanced GI and toon rendering. All of Brazil’s features work with or without their Max and/or Viz 4 counterparts, so one can get to work using existing DWG, Max, or Viz models and improve quality more so with Brazil materials, lights, cameras, etc. as needed.
Brazil is a extremely valuable tool in the design toolbox of small and large companies alike. GreenButton now allows Brazil users to get the high quality results they expect from Brazil but without the lengthy render time.
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For Brazil jobs, while we haven’t yet enabled fully automated Job Prediction, we still dynamically allocate cores to your jobs to manage the performance. Basically, all jobs submitted to GreenButton are allocated only a small number of cores initially, then once your job is running; our system monitors the job, and then determines how many extra cores should be allocated. Generally we boost the initial number of cores by 400% but please note, the extra cores can take a further 15 to 20 minutes to come online, so small jobs (less than 100 frames or single frame renders) may complete before the additional cores are available.
If you decide that your job is not running fast enough, simply contact us and we can crank it up even more.
Our current rate for Brazil is a licensed rate* of $0.50c per core hour.
*A licensed rate is for our non-open source applications that have associated license costs.