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Old   November 9, 2006, 11:41
Default How to animate with Fluent?
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Pawel
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Hello i'm trying to create animation of the solution i fluent. I've saved all frames in hmf's, and now i'm not able to create mpeg file (CX_Hardcopy_Window: error opening PPM file e:\data\mov\2\velocity_2_0891.ppm). Is there any solution to that? Is it possible to construct a scene which consists of residuals figure, and contours?

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Old   November 15, 2006, 02:43
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wabik
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Hi,

If you have ppm files saved you can just open vis GIMP ... open one ppm file and next ones as additional layers and save as animation gif ...

Brgds, PW
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