VMD-L Mailing List
From: Rohan Mehta (rohanrulz93_at_gmail.com)
Date: Fri Jun 27 2014 - 05:39:53 CDT
1. There is slider-bar to control the animation speed at the bottom of the
2. As for the animate command, I think it works at the fastest possible
speed of your Computer System. If you want to slow it down, then you can do
Run the 'animate' command frame-by-frame, in a loop (this way, you can even
choose which frames to animate and which frames to skip). And after every
frame, give a "pause" of your desired amount of time. See the list of
commands for 'animate' here
On 27 June 2014 15:08, Samuele Salis <samuelesalis_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hallo everyone!
> I wonder which analytical function (if someone exists) is used in the
> animate speed n function in text command.
> I know the argument n of the function is a real between 0 and 1 and it
> grows roughly exponentially as a function of n.
> I was trying to fit the curve, but I didn't find the right analytical
> Does someone know the analytical function used in vmd to change the
> speed using animate speed n?
-- 3rd Year Undergraduate Student Integrated M.Sc.(Hons.) Physics + B.E.(Hons.) Electrical and Electronics Engineering Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) - Pilani, Pilani Campus *Phone:* +91 8058437073 *E-Mail:* rohanrulz93_at_gmail.com *Web:* https://sites.google.com/site/mehtarohank/