The public launch is coming off the heels of 2 major projects successes; mostly recently it was used by client Atomic Fiction to render over 100 complex visual effects shots for Paramount Pictures' Star Trek Into Darkness, while in March ZYNC was used by Neither-Field's Scott Pagano to render over 15 minutes of large format 3D imagery under tight deadlines for the 2013 Game Developers Conference Concert in San Francisco headlined by Skrillex.
Key to this platform migration to the cloud, ZYNC has established partnerships with many of the top visual effects software vendors and are supporting rendering from The Foundry's NUKE, Chaos Group's VRay and Mental Ray from NVIDIA. "The Foundry is excited to partner with ZYNC as they break new ground in cloud rendering for the VFX industry," stated Simon Robinson, Chief Scientist and Co-Founder at The Foundry. "We have a commitment to providing our customers with solid tools that enhance their pipeline and believe that making ZYNC's innovative technology easily accessible to NUKE users will prove very valuable."
ZYNC CEO Brian Drewes comments, "Our commercial launch and the incredible rendering power now available to all users is what we envisioned when ZYNC was originally developed as an in house tool. With the ongoing changes in the visual effects industry, the ability to render-on-demand without the massive upfront capital investment that a local renderfarm requires provides a much more flexible solution for today's global, distributed workforce."
Users are able to visit www.zyncrender.com and sign up with credit card and immediately access these rendering resources. Pricing is available on a per machine hourly basis, as well as unlimited use monthly multi-node packages.
Founded by post-production industry veterans, ZYNC is the visual effects industry's first completely integrated cloud-based storage and rendering platform. ZYNC's secure pay-as-you-go service provides instant and affordable access to high volume rendering resources, normally a limiting factor in digital productions. ZYNC features a layered defense architecture that encrypts data at all points of exchange and storage while offering an extremely user-friendly interface. To date ZYNC has been used by facilities on thirteen major feature films as well as hundreds of commercial projects for a total of over 6.5 million core render hours. Supported host applications currently include NVIDIA's Mental Ray, Chaos Group's V-Ray and The Foundry's NUKE. More information can be found at www.zyncrender.com.
For more information, contact: ZYNC 162 Columbus Ave Boston, Massachusetts 02116 +1 857 233 5066 Email Contact www.zyncrender.com