Thank you for the clarification, David.
On 13.10.2016 20:20, David Lonie wrote:
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 7:18 AM, Gena Bug via ParaView <
On 11.10.2016 18:15, Utkarsh Ayachit wrote:
Among several new features, this release includes anti-aliasing
I am using ParaView 5.1.2.
today, what I found with OSPRay is three things.
1) Once OSPRay is enabled, opacity is not applied. is it normal or
2) I have CFD results of sloshing tank which is moving around. To
visualize tank boundary, extrack block filter and generate surface
I'm not sure I understand your use case entirely but I think what you want
is to use the Threshold filter. You may want to use it on the 3D object or
maybe on just the streamlines.
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 2:15 AM, Ge Heim via ParaView wrote:
> Hello everybody,
I'm relatively new to ParaView and I got a -probably simple- question:
I have a 3D-object including a scalar and a vector for velocity. I was already
able to plot streamlines through a 2D-inlet (instead just seeding over a line).
But I only want to "see" the streamlines in the
I am seeing an error when attempting to load PLY files formed
from saving parallel .vtm surface files that have been saved in
the PLY format. The file name convention for loading them at once
seems to break down and only load random subsections of the .vtm