In EnSight, how can I export a VR animation that can be viewed on a phone VR, for example Google Cardboard?
Tagged: 2021 R1, animation, ensight, fluid-dynamics, General
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
In EnSight, go to File > Export > Animation. Click on Advanced and set Stereo to be Interleaved. This will save a stereo movie. Make sure you’re saving your movie in the CEI EnVideo Movie format (.evo). This option works only with this format. Then, open EnVe (free viewer that is automatically installed with EnSight) and go into Utilities; “Convert stereo movie to wide side-by-side”. Select the .evo file you just created, and then the name of the file to export. This will generate a new .evo file that is the original animation, with right-left eyes side by side. You can now re-load the animation file in EnVe (File > Add movie) and re-export it in another format, if you do not want to use the .evo format. To export to another format click Set file to set the file name, then Set params to set the file type, then Generate output movie. If you want to change the width between eyes in the stereo movie, when you are in EnSight (before saving the animation, so at the very first step), click on the User Defined Tools icon (yellow toolbox); Utilities; Stereo view properties. The lower the value of eye separation, the wider the difference between the two eyes in the side-by-side video.
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