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Topic: ListAnimate
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roby.nowak@gmail.com

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Re: ListAnimate
Posted: Oct 20, 2010 4:05 AM
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Hi Andre,

look at the Mathematica help: ref/format/AVI

"FrameRate" number of frames to be displayed per second


and try specifying a FrameRate

Export["test.avi", Table[Graphics[Disk[], ImageSize ->
RandomReal[100]], {10}], "FrameRate" -> 1]

Regards Robert



On 18 Okt., 11:55, Andre Hautot <ahau...@ulg.ac.be> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> ListAnimate[
> Table[Graphics[Disk[], ImageSize -> RandomReal[100]], {10}],
> DefaultDuration -> 10, AnimationRepetitions -> 1]
>
> is an example from the documentation about ListAnimate. The option
> DefaultDuration has been added to slow down the animation and it works
> under Mathematica.
>
> However if one exports the sequence as an avi file :
>
> Export["randomcircles.avi",
> ListAnimate[
> Table[Graphics[Disk[], ImageSize -> RandomReal[100]], {10}],
> DefaultDuration -> 10, AnimationRepetitions -> 1]]
>
> the video is played by BSplayer at high speed ignoring the option
>
> Any explanation ?
>
> Andre Hautot






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