[gmx-users] Making trajectory movie last longer.
addiw7 at googlemail.com
Wed Sep 3 15:45:57 CEST 2014
No, I don't mean noise :).
What I mean is that next frame appears on the screen before I can take a
good look at previous one.
So imagine that you make a presentation and you change each slide after
0.1 s. You can't have a
good look at it so let's say I need 2 s to have a good look.
I hope now you understand better what I mean.
2014-09-03 14:41 GMT+01:00 andrea <andrea.spitaleri at iit.it>:
> when you say "too quickly" are you referring to the "noise" I guess.
> If it is the case, you could try to filter you xtc either with g_filter in
> order to reduce the fluctuactions or in vmd itself you can smooth the xtc
> in the graphical representations -> trajectory tab -> trajectory smooting
> (2 or 3 should be enough)
> hope it helps
> On 03/09/2014 15:35, Dawid das wrote:
>> Dear Gromacs experts,
>> I have a question not regarding Gromacs itself but maybe you found a
>> I have already solved this problem but not for GROMACS files.
>> I want to make a trajectory movie using VMD, but following frames appear
>> too quickly and it is very hard to actually see and analyze how
>> structure changes over time. So I want to make the movie last longer and
>> the frames to be be displayed for a longer timer.
>> I did it for Tinker trajectory snapshots by uploading the same snapshot 5
>> or 7 times but how to do it with *gro and *trr files from Gromacs?
>> Best wishes,
>> Dawid Grabarek
>> PS Maybe you suggest to use different prorgram?
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