mark.abraham at anu.edu.au
Sat Jul 8 02:50:36 CEST 2006
> You are trying to convert a movie into a still picture. I don't think
> that's posible unless you freeze the frames. Check the Manual.
Actually the .gro, .g96, .g87 and .pdb formats can be used to contain
multiple structures, which can be interpreted as a trajectory. This is why
trjconv allows them all for output without constraining you to select a
> ==============Original message text==============On Fri, 07 Jul 2006
> 13:03:07 EDT "karamyog singh" wrote:
> Dear Users,
> When I try and convert my traj.xtc file to a .gro file I get the
> Reading frame 0 time 0.000
> Precision of traj.xtc is inf (nm)
> Using output precision of 0.001 (nm)
> Fatal error: DEATH HORROR prec () <= 0 in prec2ndec
> Can anyone tell me what is meant by it?
I think you have a broken .xtc file. Use gmxdump and see.
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