Marko,

2fs timestep is your integration timestep, not necessarily your frame saving 
rate. This is defined by your integration step multiplied by the nstxout term 
in your simulation mdp file. In order to save every integration step you would 
need to have dt = 0.001 (picseconds) and nstxout = 1000 .

-Micholas

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Micholas Dean Smith, PhD.
Post-doctoral Research Associate
University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Center for Molecular Biophysics

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Micholas, I think it should be 2fs the timestep if you are reffering to that? I 
have the .trr file its 95gb, I should be able to make a xtc with 1ps step right?

Marko
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