Brief about Non-Real time rendering

3D rendering is a crucial process involved in 3d animation and its output. There are various kinds of 3D rendering techniques. Two main forms are Real Time and Non Real-time animation 3D rendering.

Non real-time animations are required and used for non-interactive media, such as feature films and video, are rendered much more slowly, owing to great volume of data. Non-real time rendering enables the leveraging of limited processing power in order to obtain higher image quality.

Technically speaking, rendering times for one individual frame may vary from a few seconds to several days for complex scenes. Rendered frames are stored on a hard disk then can be transferred to other media such as motion picture film or optical disk. These frames are then displayed sequentially at high frame rates, typically 24, 25, or 30 frames per second, to achieve the illusion of movement, making it look like reality. Many good animation studios have been found doing excellent animation works. One of them is Showboat Entertainment which specializes in 3D animatics, 3D modeling and 3D animation. They have provided so much of 3D rendering services to a number of businesses all around the globe.

Showboat Entertainment

Showboat Entertainment pioneers in the field of 3D animation and rendering services. With an experience of over ten years, they help you with the important aspects of 3D animation like the detailed colour, lighting, texture, balance of entourage, getting the right angle and the transparency to achieve better results. They have infrastructure to render any length of animation.

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