Welcome to VisIt's release notes page. This page describes the important enhancements and bug-fixes that were added to this release.
Images can consist of RGB pixel images and composite images that enable VisIt to bring together multiple plots independently in the Cinema viewer. Cinema databases can be created using the Save Cinema wizard, accessible by selecting Save to Cinema... from the File pulldown menu on the main control panel.
When using the graphical user interface, bring up the Preferences window by selecting Preferences... from the Options menu and change the Parallel Computation Library: to VTKm. This setting will be directly below the Floating point precision: setting and will only be visible if VisIt has been built with VTK-m support.
When using the Python scripting interface, make the following call:
When VTK-m support is enabled, VisIt will use VTK-m for all operations that support it. The following operators currently support VTK-m.
VTK-m functionality is currently enabled for 3D rectilinear, curvilinear and unstructured grids with only hexahedral elements. VTK-m supports both single block and multi-block grids.
For any additional questions, send e-mail to VisIt Users.