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Export Animated Deflected Shape

Export Animated Deflected Shape

Export Animated Deflected Shape

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Is there a way to export the deflected animation to a movie file?

RE: Export Animated Deflected Shape

RISA-3D does not directly offer this function. However, there are a number of 3rd party programs that offer this type of video capture fuction.

I cannot endorse any program in particular. But, they seem fairly interchangeable. Just do a web search for "Screen Capture software". The programs generally cost $40 or $50. I would hope some of them would have demo versions to try out to see how good of a job they do.

RE: Export Animated Deflected Shape

(OP)
Thanks for the answer, I do have a video capture software that I use in our office to make some internal tutorial videos. It makes some great video, and I had used it just as you have stated above to capture the animation.

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