In the Internet, transfers my Scilab series of gif 
figures into a .mov movie. Other format options are also available.

> On 14.04.2023, at 21:03, Samuel Gougeon <> wrote:
> Le 14/04/2023 à 01:00, Heinz Nabielek a écrit :
>> On 13.04.2023, at 20:35, Samuel Gougeon<>  wrote:
>>> .../...
>>> Installing is not loading (that's intentional).
>>> Just after installing, without restarting Scilab, you need to load the 
>>> module, either with atomsLoad(..), or interactively thanks to the Toolboxes 
>>> console's menu.
>> Silly me. Thanks. Works, of course.
>> In my present coding, the movie is stored as a *.gif file. Graphics programs 
>> see this as stationary figure,
> It depends on the software. On Windows, for instance the popular
> Irfanview can display the animation. I don't know the MacOS softwares.

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