Re: exporting animations
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- Subject: [mg26853] Re: exporting animations
- From: "Borut L" <justmyname at email.si>
- Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 01:13:30 -0500 (EST)
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You hadn't specified which OS you are using, thus explanationS follow.
Mathematica for MacOS has a feauture of saving an animation as .mov, which
you can later convert into .avi and even later in gif89a (aka animated gif).
Mathematica for Linux and Windows does not have a feautute of this kind.
However, this works:
1. An animation in Mathematica is a sequence of still images. Somehow save
those images in a List (e.g. s=Append[s,Graphics[f(t)]]).
Directory will show you the location of the file, directory canbe changed
3. Look for the ConversionOptions (e.g. Disposal, Loop, Transparency, ...)
This procedure is fairly slow (time consuming) and I am deeply interested in
For Unix platforms there is a small application for creating such agif from
Mathematica animation on MathSource I believe.
Borut, a student
Jan Duennweber <duennweb at informatik.uni-muenchen.de> wrote in message
news:94m9re$3ot at smc.vnet.net...
> how to export an animation generated with mathematica
> as an animated GIF or as a sequence of images ?
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