Distriblend is a Photo & Image software developed by Mark James. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Distriblend:
BrothersoftEditor: Distriblend (originally NetBlend) is a system for rendering 3D scenes over a network using the popular 3D editing and rendering application Blender.
Distriblend is a Java application designed to set up and manage a renderfarm for Blender. It is written in Java and as such the Java Runtime Environment is required. Other than having Blender installed, this is the only requirement for creating a renderfarm with Distriblend.
The system works on a variety of platforms - wherever Java may be installed. It has been mainly tested on Windows but has been used by many on Linux and other platforms.
There are three components to the Distriblend system.
The Client A user friendly application for submitting your projects to the renderfarm. The Distributor The main server. This application accepts connections from the Client and organises file and task distribution for each Node. Nodes Each node connects itself to the Distributor and when free, requests the next task to run. When a set of files is needed to complete a task, these are also requested from the Distributor.
Files Both the Distributor and Node applications implement a storage system for maintaining project files. The root directory of the storage structure is configured in the respective *.conf file. The applications must have permission to read, write, delete and create sub-directories here.