During an ab-inito MD simulation one can generate the electron density cube file which basically provides the electronic density data in a standard volumetric format as shown here. The file consists of a header which includes the atom information and the size as well as orientation of the volumetric data. This is followed by the volumetric data, one scalar per data element in 3D.
In case of a MD xyz trajectory, the file consists of xyz coordinates as snapshots with respect to time, which one can visualize using any common software like VMD or MOLDEN. One can save multiple fragments of the trajectory, concatenating or pruning them for relevant atoms. So my question is there a way to visualize a series of electronic density cubes same way as an MD xyz trajectory?
I am looking for open-source software solutions with which this might be possible to do so, for ex: Jmol. I understand that one might need to preset isosurfaces and visualization settings and might need to have low resolution cube files for this task, but does anyone here have any experience in dealing with this issue or have any ideas about it?