This window controls the display of previously generated images. The most recent image is number 0, older images are -1,-2 etc. The currently displayed frame is shown at the top. The scrollbar can be used to select an individual frame for display. The set of images to be played back is determined by the active region of the buffer. This range can be adjusted and is shown at the bottom of the window, oldest image at the left, newest at the right.The range is automatically updated each time a new image is generated. Loading images from disk sets the range to the loaded size if there is sufficient buffer space. The currently available number of frames in the buffer is shown above the scrollbars at the bottom.
The speed of movie replay in frames/sec can be adjusted.
The menu is as follows:
|Load||Loads a movie sequence from disk, the current buffer size may limit the number of frames loaded.(.VHD format only)|
|Save||Saves the current active region of the movie buffer in .VHD, .PPM or RAW format.|
|frm*2||Doubles the length of the movie buffer, using more memory, maximum frames 1024 low res or 256 high res ( uses 64Mbytes memory)|
|frm/2||Halves the length of the movie buffer, freeing memory Other controls allow: selection of an active range from the available set of images, selection of a display speed and manual selection of the image to display.|
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