What is Cloud Storage?
Using cloud storage means storing your valuable data like graphic designs, film projects, movies, or photos in a remote data center (a big warehouse full of powerful computers) provided by a company like Google or Amazon. Cloud storage comes with nothing but benefits to the way you manage your files. The data centers are protected by cutting-edge security, both physical and digital. You completely eliminate the risk of manual harm that could be done to your files like getting your laptop damaged, or hard drive wet. The files are always easy to access, from almost any device with an internet connection. It's also the cheapest way of storing a big amount of data that is often the case for graphic designs and films.
Cloud Storage for Filmmakers
As a filmmaker, you always want your media to be at hand. With Renderro Cloud Storage it will always be a click away, easily sharable with your peers or clients.
The Cloud Storage is scalable, which means you are not limtied by the file size of your projects, and can always manage the storage size at any time.
Cloud Storage for Graphic Designers
Renderro Cloud Storage for graphic designers was created to help you in storing all creatives, images, animations, icons, and files that you simply don't use on a daily basis.
This will save you up A LOT of storage on your physical device and will keep your data under the best protection.
The cost of storage will always depend on the amount of data you want to keep on Renderro Cloud Storage.
How does Renderro Cloud Storage work?
Renderro Cloud Storage is one of our core functionalities that allows you to work on your media on Renderro Cloud Computers. Each Renderro Computer has to be connected to a Cloud Drive. This way, you can use your media with installed software like Adobe or Blender. Cloud Drives can be shared between multiple Cloud Computers, giving you a way to quickly switch between machines, without the need to transfer your media back and forth.
Upload your projects to Renderro Cloud Drive
Moving your projects and media to Renderro can be done either with our built-in file uploader or by using external file browsing software like Cyberduck or FileZilla.
You can also use different Cloud Storage services like Dropbox or Google Drive to quickly move your work around, starting at 1GB/s transfer speed.
Browse and manage
After you upload your work to Renderro Cloud Storage, you can manage your resources from the administration panel, or the Cloud Computer itself.
With Cloud Drives technology, those resources can be shared between multiple Renderro Computers, resembling NAS drives you typically work within studios.
Access all your files from Renderro Computers
Files stored in your Renderro Drive can be accessed from the administration panel or from your Renderro computer.
You can use this space as your standard hard drive, working on all the files and media that are stored on the Cloud Drive.