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Old   September 5, 2005, 12:45
Default making video in DPM
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Hi everyone,

Is is possible to make videos of the particle tracks in the DPM model?

Can some one tell me how to do this.

thanks in advance.

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Old   September 6, 2005, 12:40
Default Re: making video in DPM
Allan Walsh
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I have never been able to find a direct way of doing this in Fluent, using Windows. (For pathlines, you can pulse particles in and make an MPEG of their flow).

For Windows system, you can purchase a simple add-on screen video capture device (Hypercam is one example for less than $50 US) that you can use to capture an animation of your particles.

The video quality is not great, but it does show the essence of the particulate flow.
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Old   September 6, 2005, 12:51
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thanks for the adivse Allan,

I am using a linux machine, so i guess i have look out for software to capture the animation while viewing the pulse of the particles directly from fluent.

Does anyone knw any software that does this in linux ???

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