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  • VISU : Plot3D Animation with Shading On

    Posted by Bonaccorsi at February 16. 2007
    Hello,

    Is there possible to play a Plot3D animation with Surface Shading On in SALOME.3.2.2 or it is not implemented ?

    Thank in advance,

    Thomas.
    • Re: VISU : Plot3D Animation with Shading On

      Posted by Grigory Zhivotovsky at February 16. 2007

      Hello,Thomas

       

      Plot3D animation with Surface Shading On in SALOME.3.2.2 is implemented. To build Plot3D animation follow scenario:

       

      1. Start Salome

      2. Create new document, load VISU module

      3. Import med file with fields (e.g. TimeStamps.med, pointe_4fields.med)

      4. Select field (e.g. pression, fieldnodedouble) – popup – animation

      5. Click “Setup animation” button

      6. Select properties Plot3D – OK (you can select any other options you need)

      7. Click “Generate frames” button

      8. Click “Fit all” icon. Animation is ready for playing – enjoy it

       

      Regards,

      Grigory

       

      • Re: VISU : Plot3D Animation with Shading On

        Posted by Bonaccorsi at February 16. 2007
        Thank you,

        but i would like to set "shading on" representation in animations.

        Thomas.
        • Re: VISU : Plot3D Animation with Shading On

          Posted by Christophe Bourcier at February 16. 2007
          - Load VISU module
          - Go to the menu File> Preferences
          - Click on Post-Pro
          - Click on Representation
          - Check Use shading
          • Re: VISU : Plot3D Animation with Shading On

            Posted by Bonaccorsi at February 16. 2007
            Christophe Bourcier wrote:
            - Load VISU module
            - Go to the menu File> Preferences
            - Click on Post-Pro
            - Click on Representation
            - Check Use shading


            Thank you Christophe,

            it works fine !

            Thomas.
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