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hola quisiera saber farm para una maquina es gratuito ya que al bajarlo me pide clave, por otra parte quisiera saber de adquirir farm para mas maquinas si el procedimiento es similar al que se utiliza con una sola maquina y se puede ir haciendo auto-grabado por ejemplo cada 10 pasadas y si en el caso de estar trabajando con 3 maquinas una de las maquinas " se cuelga " se pierde todo el trabajo de las 3 o pude seguir trabajando por ej con 2, yo adquiri 3 licencias pero como trabajo con diferentes monitores por mas que ponga la misma definicon y el mismo punto de vista cuando quiero sumar me aparecen apenas desplazados por consiguiente no puedo hacer que coincidan la sumatoria. por otro lado si ya no es gratuito farm para 2 maquinas y hay que abonarlos me gustaria saber si hay alguna posibilidad de una prueba con un tiempo limitado ya que depende de esa prueba la adquisicion de farm para varias maquinas o si en mi caso que adquiri 3 licencias yo tengo derecho a usar farm en el caso que sea gratuito para una segunda maquina en dos maquinas diferentes , osea 2 licencias con 2 farm 

espero que sea entendible mi consulta 

gracias

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I'm not exactly sure what you're asking.  Try asking each question separately in a list if I don't answer it.  

You can run two completely independent farms (you'll need a different shared folder for each one.)  In that case each farm can have two machines.  We don't have a trial version of the farm, except for the two machine one.

In general, when a machine crashes the output from the farm will be incomplete.  Whether this output is useful depends a little on your settings.  If you're rendering in single frame mode with the Path Tracer or  Hybrid engine, then yes, the completed results can still be combined in the Image Editor. 

When using fixed resolution views in WalkAbout the results should be identical across different machines with different monitors.

quiero probar hacer andar farm con 2 maquinas y me pide el numero de llave le incorporo la misma que puse para el programa y me dice invalida 

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A two machine farm should work without a key.

Hola Darío, ya entendí el problema que tienes con la definición de las imágenes en distintos monitores, necesitas como dice roy darle un tamaño en pixeles que sea x por y  (el 1900 x 1200) ya que al hacerlo como lo haces en 3000000 pixeles  alli es donde deforma la imagen ya que la adecua al tamaño del monitor.  Espero que quede claro sino es asi comunicate conmigo por skype.

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