The Cheapest Remote Rendering Platform for Blender
Have you ever wanted to render with a fleet of systems? With Barista, you can: by using Amazon Web Services (AWS). It’s a fully automated system, which removes the hassles of other AWS systems, and without a middleman adding to the cost, giving you the cheapest possible price.
Render for as Little as $0.01 per Hour
Here is how it works: Amazon allows you to rent other Amazon’s idle systems for computational processes - like rendering - at an incredibly low cost. Think of how quickly your current system renders...and then multiply it by 100. The problem is that AWS is extremely tricky to use for a beginner, which is where Barista comes in: it automates and simplifies the process drastically so you don’t have to worry about AWS too much and can start rendering.
Do you have a system which isn’t great for rendering, or hardware which isn’t supported? Barista lets you render using Cycles and Eevee with Intel CPUs and nVidia GPUs, without any worry of performance or support.
Skip the Middleman, Become Your own Render Farm with Barista
Barista is a new rendering tool that breaks the mold, giving you direct CPU & GPU rendering access using Amazon Web Services.
Render for as Little as $0.01 per Hour
No middleman = no extra costs. With Barista you get direct access to Amazon servers and become your own render farm. Render your blend files for the super low cost set by Amazon - the tool which farms use and charge you extra for
Run Blender while rendering. Since the rendering process runs on Amazon's servers, you can continue using Blender at any time during the rendering process.
Use any Blender custom builds. Render with the latest official release or any custom build like E-Cycles or the Fracture Modifier, as well as any other Linux 64-bit 2.7x or 2.8x build".
Have full control over time and cost. With time budgeting and built-in cost calculations, you always know how much you’re going to spend.
Use Multiple Render Engines
NVIDIA® GPU Rendering
Render remotely using GPU cores
GPUs powered by NVIDIA® Tesla® core technology
Use up to 8 GPUs per instance
Render any project
Single Frame Renders
Use it on Any Platform
Linux / OSX / Windows
How does it work?
To use Barista, you need to set up an Amazon AWS Account. It's a free and simple process. (We walk you through it in a video in the Documentation tab above.)
Using your Amazon AWS account, Barista uploads your blend to Amazon S3, an industry-leading object storage service. Barista then creates Amazon EC2 servers to render your blend files and help you distribute the file and frames across multiple servers to render.
Once your render is done, preview your frames directly within the Barista. Done!
Important Steps Before you Launch Barista
Like Blender, Barista was created by users for users, offering an answer to the problem of using AWS directly for cloud-based rendering. While it does a lot to help you manage these renders, Barista does require a basic understanding of AWS EC2.
Because of this, AWS EC2 is explained thoroughly within the app and its documentation. Make sure to go over the documentation before you launch Barista: it’s the only way to ensure a smooth experience and efficient operation. In case of any questions, create a message below or contact BlenderMarket support.
The ultimate remote rendering tool for the Blender community
Thanks to Barista users, we are able to constantly improve the tool. Major updates are already in the works!
This is how we’ve recently made Barista better for you:
Custom EBS Volume Sizes
Fracture Modifier Support
Custom Frame List
File Output Node Support
Grouped Spot Requests
Scene, Samples, and Camera render options
Add-On Support for Renders
Animation Nodes Support
Flip Fluids Support
Latest Release 1.5.3
Got questions? Follow Barista on Twitter @BaristaRender for latest updates