Sean,

The movie panel operates on movie frames, not trajectory states, so you need to create a relationship between them.  A one-to-one relationship can be created using the Python command:

cmd.mset("1 -%d" % cmd.count_states())

Or alternatively, you can use the new Movie -> Program -> State Loop or State Sweep menu items.

Cheers,
Warren

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Law [mailto:magicmen@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thu 7/2/2009 7:12 AM
To: pymol-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [PyMOL] DCD Trajectories and Movie Panel


Hi all,

I am playing around with the new PyMOL 1.2 release and was hoping to use the Movie Panel in conjunction with a loaded DCD trajectory file.  However, after loading the MD trajectory and setting "movie_panel" to 1 I don't see the prescribed time line below the viewing area.  Of course, if I add a camera loop then the movie panel appears.  Is this a potential use for the movie panel or is this functionality not available yet?

Thank you for your time.

Sean

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