this code generates error and I know why
Is there a way to get over it
I need to animate each 100 steps because the file size reach 1GB with each step animation
How to generate animation with small file size given that there are 6 thousands frames in total
anime = @animate for ist in 1:Nsteps
if (ist%100 == 0)
scatter([Person[i]["x"] for i in 1:Npopulations], [Person[i]["y"] for i in 1:Npopulations],legend=false, color = [Person[i]["color"] for i in 1:Npopulations])
gif(anime, "E:\\0.9prob.gif", fps = 50)
I guess you cannot use a .gif file with 6000 frames… This is not what the .gif format was ment for.
You can save the images as .png and create a video with high compression out of it using ffmpeg.
ffmpeg -r:v 20 -i "video%06d.png" -codec:v libx264 -preset veryslow -pix_fmt yuv420p -crf 10 -an "video.mp4
This example assumes that the .png file names look like this:
video000000.png video000001.png etc
So you first need to save them in this format.
This package might help: GitHub - JuliaIO/FFMPEG.jl: Julia Package for the FFMPEG builder binaries
Does this answer your question?
Yes, thank you
I did not know about this before
You can also try
mp4(anime, "video.mp4", fps = 50) (code example taken from Pllots.jl)