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frankieerie October 6, 2012 11:40

help needed
 
hi everyone. i have no idea about paraView software and i need to find an animation(just a simple one) made in paraview and i also need it to be documented and explained. its for my school project and its due to tomorrow. i made google searches for hours but i cant get to find any page that has downloadable animation files with the explanation in it. can someone please send me a link where i can find that kind of prepared animation? thank you all

wyldckat October 6, 2012 15:08

Greetings Frankie,

When in doubt, RTFM? ;)

Anyway, the ParaView User Guide explains the basics about animation: http://paraview.org/Wiki/ParaView/Users_Guide/Animation

At the Tutorials page - http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/The_ParaView_Tutorial - you'll find a big document (more than 30MB) named The ParaView Tutorial (for version 3.12) and in there you'll find the section "Exercise 2.30: Animating Properties". Start reading there and you better learn how to do animations on your own with those tutorials ;)

Have fun!
Bruno

frankieerie October 6, 2012 16:07

thank you for your reply full of links. but i dont have time to read 200pages of a software's tutorial & be an expert to make a successful animation and explain everything and email it to my teacher by sunday afternoon.

wyldckat October 6, 2012 16:36

It's about 5 pages if you start reading from the section "Exercise 2.30: Animating Properties" of the ParaView Tutorial guide!!

Actually, you can start from the section "2.14 Animations" that has one paragraph, then read and follow the 4 examples it has! It's that simple! It's 5 pages!!! :rolleyes:

frankieerie October 7, 2012 05:14

thanks for your explanation Bruno. can i have ur email or facebook profile link please?

wyldckat October 7, 2012 15:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by frankieerie (Post 385267)
thanks for your explanation Bruno.

You're welcome.

Quote:

Originally Posted by frankieerie (Post 385267)
can i have ur email or facebook profile link please?

Short answer: No. :p

Long answer: Why? The world is so big, there are so many forums, so many possibilities to learn and ask... why would you need to keep asking the same person? ;)


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