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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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AnswerYes, it is possible to create a video file in RWIND Simulation. Arrange the graphic on the screen and select the menu ‘Tools → Create Video File’.
In the 'Create Video File' dialog box (Figure 1), you can define the name of the video file in a separate dialog box using the [Search] button. It is possible to select different video file types. Moreover, the quality and the recording frequency can also be adjusted.
Click the [Start] button to start the recording and the [Stop] button to stop it.
Yes, you can create an .avi file by selecting "Create Video File" on the "Tools" menu.
The menu bars, navigators and tables are not considered. You have the possibility to choose different video file types. Furthermore, you can control the quality and the number of pictures per second. Please keep the following in mind: The smaller the time intervals are, the larger the file and the smoother the video sequence is.
You can find the latest graphics card driver on the website of the graphics card producer.
Please note that the newest graphics drivers must fit the operating system. A driver which was developed for windows XP, for example, cannot be used under Windows 8.
On the corresponding website, there is usually a link "Driver" or "Download."
First, read the installation instruction. Select the model of the graphics card and of the operating system. After these specifications, you can usually download an executable file.
Save the file in any folder, and run it after the download.
Some manufacturers (for example, Nvidia), offer only one driver for different models of graphics cards.
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Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation
With the stand-alone program RWIND Simulation, wind flows around simple or complex structures can be simulated by means of a digital wind tunnel.
The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM or RSTAB.
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