#157 Export to Vrml etc

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nobody
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2009-08-12
2009-04-23
Anonymous
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A common 3d format not specific to chemistry would be interesting,for animation purposes,molecules in the environment,in the body etc.Even if it's sketchup format

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  • Angel Herraez

    Angel Herraez - 2009-04-23

    Please, sign your comments.
    Note that Jmol is a chemistry program, not a drawing program. However, many things can be done with the existing formats, even for nonmolecular data.
    Your request is not specific, does not give details. And VRML export is already available, even though limited.

     
  • Bob Hanson

    Bob Hanson - 2009-08-12
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Bob Hanson

    Bob Hanson - 2009-08-12

    Jmol has almost perfect VRML export now, and also supports IDTF format, which can be used to create U3D files, which can be put into PDF files using Acrobat Pro. So I think we have taken care of this.

     

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