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EnSight DR's New Windows Compatibility Gives Users New Flexibility
Posted Mon July 30, 2007 @05:58PM
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Post Processing Computational Engineering International (CEI) has announced that EnSight DR now offers users the flexibility of using a Windows-based PC to interact with and control distributed rendering on a UNIX cluster.

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“In response to user requests, we’ve given customers more choice in how they use and allocate their computer resources, by giving them the convenient option of using a Windows-based computer—such as a typical laptop—both to control a UNIX rendering cluster and view rendering results,” said Randall Frank, a senior developer at CEI.

The new capability is available both in EnSight DR’s compositing mode, where a cluster renders a single image, and in replicated mode, where a cluster creates tiled images suitable for driving large, multi-panel displays. The feature is now available in EnSight DR version 8.2.5.

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