Re: [AMBER] How to load and visualize large trajectories?

From: Qinghua Liao <>
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2019 13:38:41 +0100


Before you load your trajectories, you can remove waters and ions from
the trajectories,
or you don't need to load every frame, but load every XXX (for example,
10) frames.

All the best,

On 1/9/19 1:22 PM, Chetna Tyagi wrote:
> Dear all,
> This is not specifically an AMBER question but I would like to ask how can
> we visualize large trajectories?
> I carried out three separate accelerated MD runs of 500 ns each. I want to
> see how my peptide eventually interacts with the lipid bilayer.
> When I load it in VMD for visualization, the program just stops with an
> error like "Can't load any more frames".
> Is it a problem with VMD or that my computer's memory (16 GB) is
> insufficient? I could not find similar errors on VMD help forums.
> What are some other software or tools to visualize this? How did you solve
> this problem?
> Thank you for any suggestions..

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