[gmx-users] VMD and trajectory files

Ilya Chorny ichorny at maxwell.compbio.ucsf.edu
Fri Nov 21 01:21:01 CET 2003

VMD can read xtc files as well. VMD reads the corrdinates it doesn't
need velocities. 


nstxtcout = 100

and don't forget the -x option in mdrun


On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 15:40, Derrick Guang Yuh Lee wrote:
> dear [gmx-users]
> i was just curious if someone could help me create a movie for VMD. it had
> just occured to me that i can use my trajectory file (.tjr) to view my
> monolayer in VMD, but because it is 1ns simulation, the file is a little
> too large for VMD and our computers here.
> so, would anyone be able to inform me of how i could set it up such that
> my trajectory file prints out the velocities and coordinates of my system
> about 100 times or so? it'd be appreciated. thanks.
>  - derrick
>  derrick Lee
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>  Memorial University of Newfoundland
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