[Chimera-users] Saving files from MD Movie

Divjak Maja Maja.Divjak at petermac.org
Tue Mar 5 02:05:29 PST 2019


I have been using Chimera for analysis of H-Ras morphing from its GDP-bound inactive state to the GTP-bound active state. It works very nicely and a lovely movie is produced. What I am having difficulty with however, is saving the output of the morph as a series of PDB files that I can import to Autodesk Maya with the molecular Maya plugin. When I try to save from the movie window ie using file >save PDB, all I get is one PDB file containing a single structure. I also tried to save using the main window file > save PDB > save all frames and the same thing happens. I then tried selecting each frame individually and saving with unique numbered file names, but again, when trying to import into Maya, all I get is one structure, not a changing structure. Even the first and last frame PDBs are the same. Could you please advise as to how to save the morph output as a useful PDB series, I must be missing something?

Thanks so much and best wishes,


Dr Maja Divjak
BAppSc(Hons), PhD, Grad Cert 3D Animation (AFTRS)
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