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I have (finally) solved this with a LOT of assistance from Alenanno. Thank you! First, I render 360 frames in one file, then another .tex-file creates the animation. It works as perfect as I ever wanted it to. Now for the code(s): File 1 - Create graphics and frames The graphics are created here, where the variable is called \angle. I have created 360 ...


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Before showing the results, some notes This answer will only cover your first graph. Reason being that the code for it is already long and it took a while. Also the first graph is incomplete. The blue and green arrows are missing, and I'm not sure if you wanted them to follow the intersection between the marker and the sin waves while being constrained in ...


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With \animategraphics, a timeline file can be used, as suggested in this comment. It would look like ::0 ::1 ... *::201 %frame from file forward202.pdf; pause here ::202 ... ::401 %frame from file forward402.pdf The timeline file could be generated using a spreadsheet application or by in-line code in the tex source: \documentclass{beamer} ...



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