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Old   March 20, 2014, 22:26
Default constant mesh and vectors changing with time
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Hi all,
I am new to Paraview and want to get a animation-like result according to my data. I'm now doing with data containing vectors changing with time in a constant mesh. I used to deal them by GMV with the function of 'autoread', which will read files on by one according to their names and generate the animation.
And Paraview now can read the GMV format file too, and I got better expressed view by PV than GMV. But when facing animation I got confused. Can PV also read files in the way GMV does? Or what kind of files should I write to let PV knows the time sequence of my data?
As I said, I got a file which defines the mesh and lots that define the vectors of each time step, and they're named like 0001, 0002, ... and all written in gmv format.
Could anyone offer some help?
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