I have been using ParaView lightly for a few years.
I want to make a process more automated.
Basically I run a script in c++ and get two .pvd files that I use with a .psvm file. I have multiple files and I want to basically skip the paraview analysis and just save the data as an animation.
I would like to do this automatically or from bash/python or some other CLI type thing.
Is this possible ?
(Mathieu Westphal (Kitware))
Yes, use pvpython for that.
Do not hesitate if you have follow up question, you will probably want to use
I can execute some simple python code in the viewer.
I have a question.
I want to load a
psvm file along with two other
pvd files, then I want to save the animation. How can I do this with the python window?
I am keen to write a bash script where I can input the
psvm file, the two
pvd files and the out filename and be able to replicate this process when ever I have a new animation.
Any advice on this?