> Good morning. I've been tasked with doing a volume rendering > visualization that will need to have changes in camera position > scripted. We're going to show the visualization from one angle and > once all the frames are done we want to script a way for the IDV to > move to another angle and then have the visualization rotate 360 > degrees around the z-axis. I've looked at the IDV website and didn't > see a way to this with the isl tags. Is it possible to do this with > isl tags? If not, is it possible to do what I want using jython? Any > examples you can show me of code that allows the user to script the > camera positions? > > Hi Katie, That's a good idea so I just implemented it. In tonight's build there will be support for a viewpoint tag in ISL. You can do 3 things - set the aspect ratio of a view, set the tilt/azimuth (like you can do with the Viewpoint dialog) and explicitly set the rotation/translation/scale matrix. Attached is an example isl file that shows these 3 things. I have also added to the Aspect Ratio tab of the View manager properties dialog a listing of the rotation/scale/translation values. So you can easily figure out for a given viewpoint what the values are. Please give us some feedback on this and feel free to make suggestions for improvements. -Jeff Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: EQX-211532 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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