Re: render format

From: Brian Bennion (
Date: Mon Aug 02 2004 - 14:44:08 CDT

This email is better served on the vmd list....

you need raster3d installed on your machine.

The r3d file is an input file for raster3d

VMD will give tga and bmp files when the libtachyon or snapshot render
options are selected.


On Mon, 2 Aug 2004, Marcela Madrid wrote:

> hi,
> I used VMD to render an image into r3d format.
> How can I convert from r3d to tiff, using either linux or a PC?
> Or is there another format that I should be using to render in VMD?
> I tried Adobe Photoshop but it does not recognize the formats that VMD
> uses to render. thank you, Marcela

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