The 2018 CGI Survey is Live

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Complete the CGI Survey to Claim Free Cloud Render Credit

The annual CGI survey from YellowDog returns for its second year.

We know that if you work in this amazing industry, you’ll have an amazing contribution to make to the discussion on Cloud Rendering and Render technology.

We want to know what you think!

Take the survey now to claim your free, no hidden catch, Cloud Render Credit (worth £22.50) with YellowDog. You can choose to donate this reward to a friend or colleague.

This survey is usually completed within three minutes.

Why is YellowDog doing a CGI Survey?

The CGI Survey 2018 will:

  1. Present a collective view of render technology and Cloud Rendering from artists and producers across the globe with no bias to one company.
  2. Help our team at YellowDog develop our award-winning render service with a better understanding of the people that matter most.

What will the results tell us?

The results of the survey will highlight the rate and trends of adoption of cloud technology for rendering in media and entertainment. It will present interesting data correlations between render software and cloud integrations for pipelines.

The results from the survey will be published at 12:00 GMT on Monday October 1st here on the YellowDog Website, on our LinkedIn Page, and Twitter Profile.

Take Survey Now

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