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Old   October 14, 2009, 02:25
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Hi Everyone,

I am simulating flow over a square cylinder in 3D and trying to create animations of the vortex field.

I am applying the animations through: Solve/Monitors/Animations.

However, when the simulation finishes and I try to playback the animation to write the mpeg, I get this error:

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"mpeg_encode param1"

MPEG ENCODER STATS (1.5b)
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TIME STARTED: Wed Oct 14 16:45:48 2009
MACHINE: unknown
FIRST FILE: .\/velocity-magnitude-1_1_0000.ppm
LAST FILE: .\/velocity-magnitude-1_1_0199.ppm
PATTERN: i
GOP_SIZE: 12
SLICES PER FRAME: 1
RANGE: +/-8
PIXEL SEARCH: FULL
PSEARCH: EXHAUSTIVE
BSEARCH: CROSS2
QSCALE: 8 8 8
REFERENCE FRAME: ORIGINAL


Input file too small! ( )
Removing frame files ... done.
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If anyone can help with this error and why it occurs, it will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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