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Re: Save to Quicktime during calculations?


Hi Larry,

<snippage>

> Can I somehow direct the rendered output frames DIRECTLY to a 
> QuickTime file (even if the file is not optimally 
> compressed)?  Or, if that is not possible, can I direct the 
> output to another type of  file format which some QuickTime 
> editor can then process without too much pain?

With this vintage of Mathematica, you might try and redirect output to an
EPS file (look at Display[] in the online help), then use something like
Ghostview to convert the EPS frames to something (eg. JPG) that a modern
program can stitch into a full length movie.  

> By the way, I am running Mathematica 2.2 on an iMac under the 
> Classic emulator of OSX. 

Wow!  Last time I used that was 1992 ....  Why not upgrade?  It's much much
better now.

Regards,

Dave.


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