[Notes added by JKL]
This directory contains the files which are created when you run the
ALP-install.exe program in the directory above.
alp-vibro.exe -- actual program which does animation
filename.dat -- files which list Gaussian output files with vibs to be seen
example.out -- actual Gaussian output file with vibs which you see
The alp-vibro.exe asks questions which are selfexplanatory...
[End of JKL Notes]
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 20:26:25 -0700
From: Obbligato Objectives Inc.
Subject: software for CCL: animation of vibrational modes from Gaussian 98
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I would like to add this (free) software to the CCL software archive.
ALP-vibro is a program for visualization/animation of the normal modes
corresponding to vibrational frequencies computed by Gaussian 98. The
maximum number of displayed atoms is set to 1000. You can rotate your
molecule/ion in three dimensions to get a better view of molecule/vibration
mode. It is a very user-friendly program. The only required input from a
user is a name of the Gaussian output file and the normal mode number you
want to see.
Operating System: MS Windows 95/98/2000/NT
System Requirements: Pentium with 32MB RAM is recommended.
Regards, Serge Gorelsky