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Detailed specification


  • Support for multiple result databases
  • Support for geometry and results in separate files
  • Ceetron VTF format (open ASCII, open binary, encrypted binary for Ceetron 3D Viewer)
  • Ceetron VTFx format (XML, zip, encryptable, and ASCII or binary)
  • In-house formats (customized import filter required)



  • ABAQUS: Binary post file (.fil, .odb) -Version 6.14 (except for Windows 32 bit version which supports 6.12-3)
  • ANSYS: Binary results files (.rst,. rth and .rfl), and input files (.cdb)- Version 17
  • CGNS: Binary output (.cgns)- Version 3.1
  • FEMAP: Neutral file (.neu)- Version 10
  • FLUENT: Binary output (.cas, .dat)- Version 14.5
  • I-DEAS: ASCII universal file (.unv)- IDEAS NX Series 11
  • LS-DYNA State Database (d3plot), Time History File (d3thdt), ASCII plot files- Version 943
  • MSC.Marc ASCII (.t19) & binary (.t16) -MSC. Marc 2007
  • MSC.Nastran: Binary output 2 files (.op2), input bulk data -MSC.NASTRAN 2010
  • NX Nastran: Binary output 2 files (.op2), input bulk data -NX/NASTRAN 11
  • PAMCRASH: Binary results database (.dsy)- Version 2004-2010
  • RADIOSS: Binary ModAnim file- Version 4.1



  • One-click-sharing with the built.-in send to cloud feature
  • Export to VTF and VTFx file format for viewing with Ceetron 3D Viewer and the Ceetron 3D Plugin.
  • I-DEAS: ASCII universal file (.unv)
  • STL
  • VRML
  • Still image formats (BMP (Windows), JPG, PNG, EPS, GIF and TIFF and others).
  • Export of all visible views to one image
  • Video: Animated GIF, AVI and MPEG
  • Plot: Separated text files, VTF plot files



  • Powerful overview and selection of load cases and results to display.
  • Advanced result mapping and handling for efficient interpretation and analysis of results.



  • Support for multiple scalar fields.
  • Scalar results can be displayed as fringes (filled contours), contour lines and iso-surfaces
  • Mapped onto cut-planes, iso-surfaces, iso-volumes, particle traces or vectors
  • Result filtering
  • Predefined and user defined color legend. Each scalar field can have its own configurable scalar legend.
  • Display result values as text labels and show min/max using labels



  • Single or multiple vector fields in addition to displacements
  • Displayed as vector arrows
  • Filtering on components or absolute values.
  • Mapped onto iso-surfaces, cut planes and particle traces.
  • Scaling, coloring and draw style can be manipulated
  • Clamping



  • Very fast single state inspection
  • Multiple graphical viewports
  • Superimpose multiple models and results in one view
  • Powerful overview and selection of load cases and results
  • Context menu in 3D window
  • Intelligent model navigation
  • Zoom, rubber band zoom and walk navigation
  • Full screen view
  • Support for stereo projection
  • Remote visualization server (client server)
  • Support for SpaceBall from 3DConnexion

Operating system requirements

  • Windows 7/8/10, 32-bit and 64-bit
  • Red Hat Enterprise 5 and 6
  • Ubuntu 12.04