Re: CCL:Quanta etc.



 > >In fact, of all free visualization programs I am aware of, only RasMol
 > >works on a large range of hardware without special tricks. And while
 > >RasMol works fine for what it was intended for, it lacks some features
 > >that would often be useful (such as animation).
 Actually, with rasmol 2.6 one can make animations, by creating .ppm file
 output for the single frames, and combining them into an animation with
 mpeg_encode; the 'set write on' command was added to rasmol to allow it's
 use for animations, among other things.
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