[Paraview] zoom control
bryan_hinson at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 26 21:10:11 EDT 2010
Thank you burlen. I'll try to get the latest release installed.
> Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 16:47:15 -0700
> From: burlen.loring at gmail.com
> To: bryan_hinson at hotmail.com
> CC: paraview at paraview.org
> Subject: Re: [Paraview] zoom control
> 3.2.3 is ancient. It will be well worth your while to upgrade.
> The latest PV release has the ability to save/restore views, and assign
> custom views to a set buttons for quick access. This is found in the
> "adjust camera" dialog which is opened by the small button on top of the
> the 3D view.
> On 09/26/2010 01:30 PM, Bryan Hinson wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am using Paraview 3.2.3 on Ubuntu Linux to visualize 3D CFD data for
> > my master's thesis. I would like to be able to take screenshots of
> > multiple datasets at the exact same viewpoint for comparison
> > purposes. While I can accomplish this by loading more than one
> > dataset and hiding all but one, taking a screenshot and repeating for
> > the other datasets, this is not really a solution because I will run
> > out of memory before I can load everything I want to capture.
> > I am using pvsm files to save the state, which works fine, except that
> > when the state loads, the camera settings are all exactly as I left
> > them, but the view is zoomed way in on the dataset. I cannot find any
> > way to control the exact amount of zoom so as to take consistent
> > screenshots between pvsm loads.
> > I have played with lookmarks some, but they seem to suffer the same
> > zooming issue I just mentioned.
> > Aside from changing file and pathnames in the pvsm files to get exact
> > Paraview states for multiple datasets, I have been using the program
> > exclusively interactively.
> > Any help would be much appreciated.
> > Regards,
> > Bryan Hinson
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