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Old   July 31, 2013, 06:40
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I have a result of steady simulation (.cas and .dat) so I want to make a video of the velocity vectors evolution, is this possible please?

I've used this kind of video but with unsteady simulation, there is the possibilité to make a video with a steady simulation please?

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You can display vector plot on different plans and record movie.
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Thank you for your replay,
I tried but it did not work (could you give me details please), what I do is that I have a 3D simulation and I want to represent the animation of the velocity vector propagation in the 3D field starting from the inlets .. I do not know is that I am clear??
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