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FieldView Basics Get Started Quickly
Posted Thu December 10, 2009 @10:31AM
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Announcements Intelligent Light will host FieldView Basics Get Started Quickly on Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 10 AM EST (1500 GMT) and again at 1 PM EST (1800 GMT).

Please join our CFD Application Engineer and me for this free 45-minute technical presentation on the basics of CFD Post-Processing with FieldView.


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By popular demand:
The most frequently requested topic for our webinar series is: FieldView Basics. Many people have asked us for a demonstration on how to get started quickly, how to make and save great looking pictures, and how to make and save movies that will clearly communicate your results.

People new to FieldView will get an excellent introduction to what is possible and how easy it is to get started. Even long-time FieldView users will pick up a few tips on how to do things more quickly and easily and how to improve the overall quality of their images and animations.

Register at http://www.ilight.com/webinar.

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