[gmx-users] movie making

Eric Jakobsson jake at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Mon Jan 5 13:36:01 CET 2004

Anybody have thoughts or experiences with Pymol 
http://pymol.sourceforge.net/  molecular visualization and modeling tool?

At 09:39 AM 1/5/2004 +0200, you wrote:
>Dear Itamar, gmx users,
>Regarding the low resolution, follow the vmd mailing list archive, though 
>I don't think there's a real solution - the movies I made always seemed to 
>look much better in VMD.
>Regarding the speed - the only real solution I found is to put more frames 
>into my movie. If you can use a movie playing program on your pc than  you 
>can sort it out by choosing the speed in it, but that won't work in 
>Good luck in Hollywood,
>Itamar Kass wrote:
>>    Hi all, I am trying to create a movie fron trjectory using vmd 1.8.2, 
>> and I have two main problems.  The first is the low resultion of the 
>> output mpg and the second is the high speed it rolls.  Does anyone know 
>> how to overcome it?                                 Thanks, Itamar.
>>Computers are like airconditioners... They don't work well with Windows 
>>| Itamar Kass
>>| The Alexander Silberman
>>| Institute of Life Sciences
>>| Department of Biological Chemistry
>>| The Hebrew University, Givat-Ram
>>| Jerusalem, 91904, Israel
>>| Tel: +972-(0)2-6585146
>>| Fax: +972-(0)2-6584329
>>| Email: <mailto:ikass at cc.huji.ac.il>ikass at cc.huji.ac.il
>>| Homepage: 
>Ran Friedman
>Laser laboratory for fast reactions in biology
>Department of biochemistry
>Faculty of life sciences
>Tel-Aviv university

Eric Jakobsson, Ph.D.
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Senior Research Scientist, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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Computational Biology and Chair of the NIH Biomedical Information Science 
and Technology Initiative Consortium, but maintaining my research lab at 
Illinois by periodic commuting.  My usual schedule is four days a week at 
NIH and three days a week at Illinois.)

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