[GRASS-user] GRASS g.gui.animation: change resolution and add text

Anna Petrášová kratochanna at gmail.com
Wed Nov 4 18:35:45 PST 2015

On Wed, Nov 4, 2015 at 3:51 AM, Dalmo1991 <marco.dalmolin.1991 at gmail.com>

> I'm using the comand "g.gui.animation" in GRASS 7.0 to plot some raster
> maps
> (with no time information) that represent the timing evolution of a
> physical
> experiment.
> In detail, I'm using the instruction "g.gui.animation
> raster=map1,map2,map3"
> and then I change the parameters using the graphic interface.I export the
> result as a GIF animated image.
> It works, but I have two questions about how to improve the quality:
> 1) Can I set the resolution (number of pixels) of the output?
> 2) I'd like to add some text (that change during the animation according
> with the frames) somewhere in the image, like the number of the frame. Can
> I
> do it with GRASS or I have to use other software (some advice?) in
> postprocessing? I need to read the text information from a .txt because I
> have a lot of frames, so it's almost impossible to do it manually.
> Thanks for your help.

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