|Jun1-11, 12:57 PM||#1|
Feasible to export and manipulate Mathematica animations in Powerpoint?
I'm working to export some dynamic animations from Mathematica to Powerpoint but found that the only way is to export into a video file before inserting into Ppt.
This makes the picture blur and i wonder is there any way i can export without dramatic loss in quality (never mind if its in vid) and manipulate Mathematica animations in Powerpoint?
They are for use in a presentation on Computer Aided Geometric Design (see attached pic) and notes preparation. Other suggestions that allow presentations to be as simple to prepare using Ppt and yet harness the functionality and graphics, dynamic interactivity of Mathematica is welcomed.
I've heard of Maple, Cinderella, Javaview etc. are they more suitable?
Thanks for sharing!
i'm using Mathematica 8.
|cagd, maple, mathematica, powerpoint|
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