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Old   November 8, 2009, 12:52
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I created mpg files but the quality is terrible Do You have any ideas how to create much better animation in fluent ? Here is my simple...
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I want to create mpeg files in higher resolution...
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Old   November 8, 2009, 13:38
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Hi there,

do you necessarily need mpgs?

Because I'm using PPM images and create animated-gifs with gimp (open source graphic program) and they actually appear to be very good.
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Old   November 9, 2009, 00:58
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Try using tecplot 360 that directly creates animations of high quality!
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Only Tecplot or other software like Fieldview
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If you maximize the image screen before you make the movie, I found that the movie size is bigger and the clarity also better. Make the movie with hmf files instead of ppm (this gives more control on the view, size etc)
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Export jpeg files with desired resolution and convert to movie using ffmpeg.
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U need to adjust the hardcopy version of before u create MPEG.
For example, after u done the simulation u go to playback.
the playback have a selection on hardcopy and mpeg.
U click into hardcopy, set it as JPEG, and give damn high resolution for it , such as 1600x1200.
after that, u choose mpeg again in playback window.
now u will create a mpeg with 1600x1200 resolution.

i doing 800x600 resolution last time by using this steps, its working fine for me.

Take a try.
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U need to adjust the hardcopy version of before u create MPEG.
For example, after u done the simulation u go to playback.
the playback have a selection on hardcopy and mpeg.
U click into hardcopy, set it as JPEG, and give damn high resolution for it , such as 1600x1200.
after that, u choose mpeg again in playback window.
now u will create a mpeg with 1600x1200 resolution.

i doing 800x600 resolution last time by using this steps, its working fine for me.

Take a try.
You have right but i think the mpeg still has bad quality... I'll be write to ppg images and create from this files movie. Thanks for all !
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