January 31, 2022 at 12:11 pmArchimSubscriber
Hello. How can i get my simulation to create more "Frames" for the replay? On the attached image, you can see that the animation has only 8 points for the replay frames. What parameter will get a more smooth and slow motion like replay?February 1, 2022 at 7:59 amVinayak VipradasAnsys Employee
To add more frames in the animation, DistributedMode in the Animation Toolbar can be used. For Transient Analysis, the frames in DistributedMode are distributed over a time range selected in the graph.
For detailed information on the Animation of results, please refer to the following link:
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February 3, 2022 at 4:20 pmpeteroznewmanSubscriberIn Explicit Dynamics, I always go to the Analysis Settings and in the Output Controls category, there is a line highlighted below that is Result Number of Points. The default is 20, which is way too few. I always bump it up to 200 if I know the End Time is a good estimate. If I don't know a good End Time, I use 2000 so that if a lot happens in the first few frames, get to see that and on the next run, I can reduce the end time and the number of point to 200.
February 5, 2022 at 5:35 pmArchimSubscriberThank you so much, thats exactly what i wanted to know!
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