Hi, I recently saw a video which ParaView works with NVIDIA Omniverse and looks really great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTiqV3akBIE
I’m interested in streamlines animation from 1:19 to 1:38 and have two questions:
I remember ParaView doesn’t support exporting streamlines animation as video, but seems it could be done by using NVIDIA Omniverse?
How to achieve this evenly spaced like streamlines animation? It’s done by using StreamLines or StreamTracer with some tricks to make it animated?
Mathieu, thank you so much for the turoial video, especially the last part.
Now I’m able to make a video pretty similar to the video I mentioned above:
But the particle path only disappears when it goes outside the dataset, and I also used “Force Reinjection every NSteps”, the video become messier with time.
Then I found ParticlePath has a property called “Termination Time” which I thought will be the solution(ParticleTracer and TemporalParticlesToPathlines don’t have property like this). But whenever I choose ParticlePath filter, select the input/seed source and hit apply, my timesteps become 0, making it unable to animate. Did I use it wrong? Thank you.