1) Install hvr_server on all machines in your cluster + Follow installation steps, above, on each machine. 2) Set-up the hvr_queue directories on machine you will run queue from. + Create the directory C:\\users\\HVR_queue This directory is where the movie meta-data will be stored. This meta-data is small, typically less than 1MB. + Create a directory where the movie raster files will be written. This raster data can be large depending on the movies you make. Ideally this directory should be on a large high performance partition For example, let the directory be W:\\BigDrive\\movies + Create and edit the plane text file C:\\users\\HVR_queue\\RenderDir This file contains the path to the movie raster directory given above In the example above, RenderDir should contain the string C:\\users\\HVR_queue\\RenderDir 3) Interactively define and submit the movie to the movie making queue + Run hvr_gui.exe + Specify views, near and far clipping planes, color and opacity LUTs + Save this key frame information into the key frame list + Choose a movie path which interpolates between key frames + Specify the hvr_queue host: - the default is localhost (one machine configuration), otherwise - choose menu item: Display->Hosts, enter name of host you will run queue on. + press the Generate Movie button. 4) Run the movie making queue + Edit the Cluster Server List file (*.cls) to include all of the hosts in your cluster. + On the queue machine, run hvr_queue_control.exe + Choose the Cluster Server List file + Choose the hosts you wish to run on + If you are running hvr_gui.exe on one of the hosts you wish to use as a server for the queue, exit hvr_qui now. + set the queue running. + when rendering finishes, stop the queue.