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Written by Viktor Bojović   
Friday, 22 February 2008
Distributed visualization is a kind of distributed computing. In that kind of computing many computers are used to render parts of bigger project. Main reason for that is complexity of rendering which prevents us from using single PC.  Rendering some animations on single PC can take not just hours, but days or months. In order to finish rendering as quick as possible we use multiple computers. Only way to render on distributed network is to split  animation  into frames and render them separately. Every machine will get one or few frames to render. After renderirng all frames should be collected and joined together.

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