Thinkbox Deadline 9.0 License Code is the latest variant of Thinkbox Software’s scalable high-volume compute management option, and introduces new attributes to fortify the security of your Deadline render farm. Moreover, new installation and configuration options are added to support distributed deployments.
Improvements have also been made to Deadline’s Remote Command system. Remote Commands are encrypted, and validation checks affirm the commands originated in the sender, and that the sender is connected to the same Repository. Distant Command redirection is, in addition, supported via Deadline Pulse, enabling Distant Commands to be sent across different internet.
A common interface is currently contained in most submitters for Draft – Deadline’s plugin for automating deliverables – and for project management programs including ftrack Autodesk Shotgun and NIM. VRay DBR support was included for modo and Rhino 5, the 3dsCmd plugin now supports Dynamic V-Ray DBR offloading, along with a V-Ray standalone submitter was added for The Foundry’s NUKE. Jigsaw rendering for Redshift for Tile and Maya interpreting for Cinema 4 VRED and D are contained in addition to Redshift exporting from Maya, and Renderman exporting from Houdini.
that when you’re using conventional floating licenses, a new 9.0 license is required to run this version. But if you’re using Use Established Licensing, your existing render time will continue to be compatible. Additionally, the variant of Draft that sends with Deadline 9.0 has been upgraded to 1.6, which will require a new license as well. Please contact our Sales department to request updated floating permits for Deadline and Draft.