[Paraview] New to paraview
ADERSH V K
advk.tvm at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 02:50:32 EDT 2010
Ya exactly, the files are sphere1.vtu, facet1.vtu etc. I want to make
sphere1.vtu and facet1.vtu in to one frame, that at time t=0, then
sphere2.vtu and facet2.vtu in to a second frame, which is at the next time
step etc. and finally i want to make it as a continuous animation. Is it
Even if i want to open each one separately (one sphere and one facet and
save as png file using Tools->Record Test Screenshots), is it possible to
code this task, may be using python, and execute in paraview?
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 10:20 PM, Andy Bauer <andy.bauer at kitware.com> wrote:
> I think ParaView is assuming that the files you're trying to open are from
> a time series. This usually happens when the files are named like
> file1.vtu, file2.vtu,... There are the vcr controls to animate if that's
> what you want to do. Otherwise if you want all of the files loaded such
> that you can view them simultaneously you'll I think you'll need to open
> each one of them separately.
> On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 11:05 AM, ADERSH V K <advk.tvm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi to all
>> Recently I installed paraview in my debian system (3.2.2). I have a large
>> number of .vtu files, (spheres and facets). When i try to open all all
>> sheres together using paraview only the first one is coming. But in the
>> manual it is mentioned that a group of files can be opened together. Why
>> is this?
>> Also I want to create a video using these frames (Each frame contains
>> sphere and facet). Please help me...
>> Adersh V K
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