Wait#

Qualified name: manim.animation.animation.Wait

class Wait(mobject=None, *args, use_override=True, **kwargs)[source]#

Bases: manim.animation.animation.Animation

A “no operation” animation.

Parameters
  • run_time – The amount of time that should pass.

  • stop_condition – A function without positional arguments that evaluates to a boolean. The function is evaluated after every new frame has been rendered. Playing the animation only stops after the return value is truthy. Overrides the specified run_time.

  • frozen_frame – Controls whether or not the wait animation is static, i.e., corresponds to a frozen frame. If False is passed, the render loop still progresses through the animation as usual and (among other things) continues to call updater functions. If None (the default value), the Scene.play() call tries to determine whether the Wait call can be static or not itself via Scene.should_mobjects_update().

  • kwargs – Keyword arguments to be passed to the parent class, Animation.

Methods

begin

Begin the animation.

clean_up_from_scene

Clean up the Scene after finishing the animation.

finish

Finish the animation.

interpolate

Set the animation progress.

update_mobjects

Updates things like starting_mobject, and (for Transforms) target_mobject.

begin()[source]#

Begin the animation.

This method is called right as an animation is being played. As much initialization as possible, especially any mobject copying, should live in this method.

Return type

None

clean_up_from_scene(scene)[source]#

Clean up the Scene after finishing the animation.

This includes to remove() the Animation’s Mobject if the animation is a remover.

Parameters

scene (Scene) – The scene the animation should be cleaned up from.

Return type

None

finish()[source]#

Finish the animation.

This method gets called when the animation is over.

Return type

None

interpolate(alpha)[source]#

Set the animation progress.

This method gets called for every frame during an animation.

Parameters

alpha (float) – The relative time to set the animation to, 0 meaning the start, 1 meaning the end.

Return type

None

update_mobjects(dt)[source]#

Updates things like starting_mobject, and (for Transforms) target_mobject. Note, since typically (always?) self.mobject will have its updating suspended during the animation, this will do nothing to self.mobject.

Parameters

dt (float) –

Return type

None