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Movie color fade

Type Python Module
Download movie_color_fade.py
Author(s) Andreas Warnecke
License BSD-2-Clause
This code has been put under version control in the project Pymol-script-repo
movie_color_fade example

movie_color_fade is like movie_fade, but will fade colors in a movie. Simply specify the arguments (see below).

Usage

 movie_color_fade [ startframe [, startcolor [, endframe [, endcolor [, selection ]]]]]
 help movie_color_fade

Arguments

  • startframe, endframe = beginning and end movie frame for fading
    • if omitted, the current or last frame will be respectively set automatically
  • startcolor, endcolor = coloring at start and end
  • selection: target selection

Examples

This example yields the movie to the top ..→

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