Autodesk VRED 2017 SP1
3D visualization and virtual prototyping software. VRED™ 3D visualization software helps automotive designers and engineers create product presentations, design reviews, and virtual prototypes with realistic materials, physical camera settings, engineering tools, and even surface analysis modes. Use Digital Prototyping to visualize your ideas, evaluate your designs, and move from physical to virtual prototypes in real time.
Autodesk Media and Entertainment
Autodesk Media and Entertainment, including the former company Discreet Logic, is based in Montreal, Quebec as the entertainment division of Autodesk. Autodesk Media and Entertainment provides animation and visual effects products, and was formed by the combination of multiple acquisitions. This division produces software used in feature films, television commercials and computer games. It also provides products for management and distribution to complement its primary product line. It also resells hard disks and sells certain Linux software with bundled computers.
Open The Bunch Manager
Initialize the Administration PC
Each PC in the network can be used as a management node. On the PC that the cluster service is installed:
- Login using admin as the user name and password.
All settings and booked sessions are stored in a database file. The location of this file depends on the operating system.
- Windows: C:\users\USER\AppData\Roaming\VREDClusterManager\nodePool.db
- Linux: ~USER/.VREDClusterManager/nodePool.db
If the cluster service is running at the first login, users should start registering with the system. The most advantageous way to use the system is to use the windows login names and register the users without a password. In this case, users are automatically logged in. If situation required the use of passwords, a login screen is displayed when the bunch Manager module is opened.
If users are added, one or more tussock must be configured. Create a tussock configuration with the tussock module. This configuration should constitute, all available fund.
The resource overview shows available savings for an entire week. Available savings are shown as part and the actual number of available compute nodes. If all resources are available, the time slot is green. If no resources are available, the slot is red. If multiple clusters are available, the available resources can be shown for each cluster configuration. Administrators manage all reservations and may stop sessions as necessary. A central server must be selected to work as the management server.