|June 20, 2013, 05:48||
Save Video of the simulation done in ParaView
M. Abdul Akbar
Join Date: Feb 2013
Posts: 19Rep Power: 4
I have done simulation of a 2-D airfoil in OpenFOAM & paraView. My model is not error free nor has I arrived at any findings. However, as part of PhD progress presentation that I am required to give at my institute, I wish to show the time wise simulation of the model I have developed in paraView. For this purpose, does paraView enable you to save the time step analysis in a video format (so that I could embed the video on to my power point slides) ?.
What are the other methods which people use to display their paraView simulation onto power point slides ?. Image file format (snap shot) of the simulation might be a way, right ?.
Thanks in advance.
|July 3, 2013, 04:28||
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