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ParaView provides functionality to export any scene set up with polygonal data (i.e without volume rendering). Currently [http://www.web3d.org/x3d/ X3D] (ASCII as well as binary), [http://www.web3d.org/x3d/vrml VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language)], and [http://www.povray.org/ POV-Ray]  are supported. To export a scene, set up the scene in a 3D view. Only one view can be exported at a time. With the view to be exported active, choose '''File | Export'''.  
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ParaView provides functionality to export any scene set up with polygonal data (i.e without volume rendering). Currently [http://www.web3d.org/x3d/ X3D] (ASCII as well as binary), [http://www.web3d.org/x3d/vrml VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language)], and [http://www.povray.org/ POV-Ray]  are supported. To export a scene, set up the scene in a 3D view. Only one view can be exported at a time. With the view to be exported active, choose '''File '''| Export.  
  
[[Image:Export.png‎|200px|thumb|right|'''Export''' option in the '''File''' menu can be used to export the scene set up in a 3D view]]
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[[Image:Export.png‎|200px|thumb|right|'''Figure 7.4''' Export option in the File menu can be used to export the scene set up in a 3D view]]
  
 
The file-open dialog will list the available types. The type is determined based on the extensions of the file written out:
 
The file-open dialog will list the available types. The type is determined based on the extensions of the file written out:

Revision as of 11:57, 14 June 2011

ParaView provides functionality to export any scene set up with polygonal data (i.e without volume rendering). Currently X3D (ASCII as well as binary), VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language), and POV-Ray are supported. To export a scene, set up the scene in a 3D view. Only one view can be exported at a time. With the view to be exported active, choose File | Export.

Figure 7.4 Export option in the File menu can be used to export the scene set up in a 3D view

The file-open dialog will list the available types. The type is determined based on the extensions of the file written out:
















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