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== Image ==
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= Image =
  
 
The image export function can you find in menu file -> export.  
 
The image export function can you find in menu file -> export.  
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The output images file name will have the following format ''<code><name> - <frame number>.<extension></code>''
 
The output images file name will have the following format ''<code><name> - <frame number>.<extension></code>''
  
== HDF5 ==
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= HDF5 =
  
 
This format can be used for importing data to other applications, e.g. Matlab, mathematica and python. The export can be found in the file menu -> export. There are no extra options, only where to put the h5 file. See [[Import resulting data into other applications]] for more information about importing this data.
 
This format can be used for importing data to other applications, e.g. Matlab, mathematica and python. The export can be found in the file menu -> export. There are no extra options, only where to put the h5 file. See [[Import resulting data into other applications]] for more information about importing this data.

Latest revision as of 15:37, 28 April 2016

The application can export the data in 2 different formats HDF5 and images (png, bmp or jpg).


Image

The image export function can you find in menu file -> export. An window will show with the following options:

  • Directory This is where the images will be written to. With browse it is easy to set a directory.
  • Name(prefix) A name prefix for all the file names. This is done that images do not overwrite each other when making multiple export to the same directory.
  • Start frame The first frame that will be exported (inclusive).
  • Last frame The last frame that will be exported (inclusive).
  • Format Wich format will be used, PNG, JPG or BMP.

The output images file name will have the following format <name> - <frame number>.<extension>

HDF5

This format can be used for importing data to other applications, e.g. Matlab, mathematica and python. The export can be found in the file menu -> export. There are no extra options, only where to put the h5 file. See Import resulting data into other applications for more information about importing this data.