From: Arindam Ganguly (
Date: Thu Aug 17 2006 - 15:43:43 CDT

Hi John,
i got it now, first loaded the .gro file and then then .trr and it loaded
the trajectories. thanks.

On 8/9/06, John Stone <> wrote:
> Hi,
> It's not clear from your email whether you had successfully
> loaded your TRR file and matching structure before making the movie.
> Before considering other possibilities, were you able to play your TRR
> trajectory in VMD (leaving the movie making as a separate issue..)
> If you didn't see your trajectory display prior to trying to make the
> movie, that might explain what happened. Before you try making
> the movie again, make sure you're able to view the structure with
> no problems in VMD itself. Then, when you're happy with your
> representations and view, create a new movie in a different
> subdirectory than the previous one, in case there's an issue with
> file permissions or anything like that.
> John Stone
> On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 06:05:36PM -0500, Arindam Ganguly wrote:
> > Hi VMD users,
> > i ran MD simulation of a lipid bilayer using GROMACS package. i
> transferred
> > the *.trr. i transferred the file in ASCII format to my windows machine
> and
> > used all the tutorial posted on the VMD website to make the movie. now
> when
> > i finally view the movie using VLC player, all i see in the movie is the
> > logo and the label for the axis. i just followed all the instructions
> given
> > on the website. can anyone plz tell me what is wrong. thanks.
> >
> > Arindam Ganguly
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