Re: How to Export the "Manipulate"
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- Subject: [mg97007] Re: How to Export the "Manipulate"
- From: wayne <waynebuaa at gmail.com>
- Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 05:20:08 -0500 (EST)
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On 3=D4=C21=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E75=CA=B158=B7=D6, George Woodrow III <george.= .. at mac.com> wrote: > If you just want a movie, you can use a screen capture program. I sue > Snapz Pro X on OS X, but there must be similar programs for Linux or > Windows. Once the program is capturing video, you can manipulate the > controls. The resulting video can be processed for QuickTime, Flash, > or some other format. > > george > > On Feb 28, 2009, at 6:43 AM, Jens-Peer Kuska wrote: > > > > > Hi, > > > the non-interactive version make a flash video, the > > interactive variant need a MathPlayer and the translation of you > > code into MathPlayer. > > > Regards > > Jens > > > wayne wrote: > >> Hi ,all > > >> i usually use Export["*.gif",Table[Graphics]] to generate a GIF > >> figure, but dont know how to "Export" the "Manipulate" produced > >> animations,can someone here drop me a hint ? > > >> Many Thanks > > >> Wayne.- =D2=FE=B2=D8=B1=BB=D2=FD=D3=C3=CE=C4=D7=D6 - > > - =CF=D4=CA=BE=D2=FD=D3=C3=B5=C4=CE=C4=D7=D6 - Thank you,George i am just curious whether Mathematica can by itself translate the "Manipulate" product to a non-interactive *.GIF (not a movie). i just had that idea and wonder whether it is possible. :) Wayne