From: Yunfeng Hu <yunfeng@sc...> - 2004-10-19 23:03:26
Thank you, Bruno and Tsjerk. I found both approaches work very well.
> Frankly, with Pymol, people don't as far as I know. What I usually do
> determine for the first frame of the individual pdb files (obtained
> trjconv -sep) the orientation, viewing point and appearance. This I
> in a .pml script. Then with a bit of python code, looping over the
> frames, calling them, processing the script, raytrace, write the image
> and delete the object again. It's at present the best I can think of.
> appears that Dino is capable of processing a gromacs trajectory and
> outputting raytraced frames, but I haven't felt like starting at the
> bottom of that learning curve...
> To help out a bit, the loop code could look like this:
> for i in range(nr_of_frames):
> cmd.load('frame_' + repr(i) '.pdb', 'prot')
> Everything to go in script.pml could ofcourse also be explicitly given
> in the loop...
> Hope it helps,