Hello! This is my first post here, apologies if it’s in the wrong place.
I am developing a webcomic using Blender, and it’s been going great so far, but I would like to look into producing much higher-quality renders using a render farm of some sort (I’ve been stuck rendering with CPU on a MacBook).
I know next-to-nothing about render farm services. From my understanding, you usually supply a .blend file, then a computer “presses the render button” and delivers your finished image/animation once it’s done? Problem is, I need to produce a series of hundreds of static images, not a single picture or a video file.
It just occurred to me today that I might be able to keyframe most of the camera shots and character poses for a given scene, which could be delivered in a single .blend. But is there a rendering service that could interpret such a file properly, producing a static render for each keyframe? Other possible solutions? I’m all ears.