I have a little web app that allows me to visualize my results in two dimensions in paraview. Before launching the web app, I post process my results using a python script calling the paraview library. At the end of that script, I simply save a screenshot of the result as a PNG that I can use as static data in my html.
For three dimensions, I hoped that I could do the same by simply exporting the scene to x3d file. This works for simple geometries, although it messes up the colors. Furthermore, scenes with Glyphs are not exported at all to x3d files.
Which alternatives do I have? I’ve seen ParaviewWeb, but I am not interested in doing any postprocessing on the web server (I can do it before launching it), just visualization. Thanks.