[Paraview] Getting Python object reference to representation/proxy of each object loaded in Paraview.
M.Deij at marin.nl
Tue Feb 28 02:31:54 EST 2012
sources = GetSources()
In the Python shell you can type dir() to see all the available commands at any given time. Importing modules will make more commands available.
for command in dir():
dr. ir. Menno A. Deij
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From: paraview-bounces at paraview.org [mailto:paraview-bounces at paraview.org] On Behalf Of Olumide
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2012 9:33 PM
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Subject: Re: [Paraview] Getting Python object reference to representation/proxy of each object loaded in Paraview.
On 2/27/2012 3:00 PM, Deij, Menno wrote:
> In that case you want to use a Transform filter. Add it after your
> source and
> then open the Animation view. In your animation view add the transform
> for instance Rotate(0). Animate it from the first to the last value in the
> desired amount of steps & save the animation.
BTW, how can I get all the sources in a scene, using Python.
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