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butlerm
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I am pretty sure you can set up something on amazon on a virtual computer to start a render for you…. it costs a few cents every minute so it can be very worth the money

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amorrelle
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I am pretty sure you can set up something on amazon on a virtual computer to start a render for you…. it costs a few cents every minute so it can be very worth the money

I second this. It can be a bit tricky to set up but worth it. On average for a 300 frame render, about 2 mins a frame, you might be looking at anywhere from $15 to $30 USD, rendered in a few hours. It’s scalable also. What scares me is that you really don’t know how much you will be paying so it’s hard to control costs. Might be good for a client but maybe not so much for Videohive if you are trying to maximize profits.

http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/
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