It’s an exciting time for us at Poser, as we square away some final details on the anticipated Poser 13 release. The team absolutely cannot wait for Poser 13 to drop, as we believe it will be the best version of Poser yet.
We’ve mentioned this before, but we expect dramatically faster render speeds to be one of the most striking features of Poser 13. Both CPU and GPU-based renders will be significantly faster using the updated SuperFly render engine.
In addition, we have enhanced Poser’s remote rendering tool Queue Manager (for network-based render farms) to support GPU rendering and PostFX processing. In practice, this means a customer can render a large Poser animated sequence across a network of older CPU-only computers, high-end GPU-equipped computers, or a mixture of both.
Queue Manager render nodes will consume one seat on a Poser license (standard license includes three seats) leaving two seats for remote render nodes. Additional seats can be purchased as needed. We’re still working on the pricing for additional license seats.
Watch this space for additional news and information about the upcoming release.
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