This option brings up the Workbench project page, allows you to save the current Workbench project and ensures that the Autodyn analysis model and all Workbench related data is saved to disk.
This window lets you output the current plot to a VRML file.
The name of the VRML file (use the Browse button to navigate to a directory/file if you wish).
The VRML protocol you want to use to write the output file:
A clear text ASCII encoding of the VRML 1.0c standard (29 January 1996).
A clear text UTF8 encoding of the VRML 2.0 standard, ISO/IEC CD 14772 (4 August 1996).
Specifies the floating point precision when real values are written to the output file. The values include spatial coordinates, normal vectors, texture coordinates, material coefficients, and transformations, but not colors. The value must be in the range 1 to 8. The default value is 4.
Specifies the floating point precision when real values are written to the output file. The values include diffuse material colors, emissive material colors, and light colors. The value must be in the range 1 to 8. The default value is 2.
Controls whether the file to be written with indented nesting of VRML nodes. Indentation improves legibility, but increases the size of the output file.
Controls whether normals are written to the VRML.
Controls whether a new VRML file is output each time the input view is rendered. Otherwise, you must explicitly request a new file by clicking the Write VRML button.
When the dynamic switch is FALSE, this one-shot parameter triggers the generation of a VRML output file. When the dynamic switch is TRUE, the user interface for this parameter is removed.