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17830

Re: Output file and Inverted image

Once you save your File List, your output file will be named accordingly. Merely checking the option but not saving doesn't have any effect. Sander
Sander Pool
May 26
#17830
 
17829

Re: Output file and Inverted image

Rob, Thanx for the reply. With regard to the output file, what is the purpose of the " tif/fits" radio button? John
blackwatch42nd2003
May 26
#17829
 
17828

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

I understood that by modified in photoshop it was implicit that the final format was other than raw, I'm sorry if I didnt state that before. There's no way, at
arturorov
May 26
#17828
 
17827

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

Hi; You did say that ALL files were the same file format. But you show me a flat in .tif and a light in .arw . Fly with Pegasus Len On Tue, May 26, 2015 at
Leonard Ward
May 26
#17827
 
17826

Color fringing in super-pixel mode

I just discovered I was getting color fringing on stars when de-Bayering (in DSS) in super-pixel mode (Canon 60Da). I had thought they were atmospheric
Michael A. Covington
May 26
#17826
 
17825

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

what you have to understand is that the raw data from the sensor undergoes a whole bunch of modifications in order to create a TIFF or JPG or whatever. some
pfile
May 26
#17825
 
17824

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

I understand what you say and I'm planning to do so. But in the meantime I still want to try stack those frames. If there's no exif data, then there's no way
arturorov
May 26
#17824
 
17823

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

Hi, DSS is specific about frames being taken the correct way. Flats, bias, lights etc all taken the same way, with the same software etc. My advise is to
Sander Pool
May 26
#17823
 
17822

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

The flats are on .tiff. Here's a dropbox link for a light frame and one of the flat frames, if would like to check. DSS
arturorov
May 26
#17822
 
17821

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

So you have lights that are straight from the camera and flats that you have modified in Photoshop. What file format are they all in? Fly with Pegasus Len On
Leonard Ward
May 26
#17821
 
17820

Re: Output file and Inverted image

John, The output from a session is always called autosave.xxx, where xxx is either TIF or FTS depending on the option setting you mention. To save it (again)
Hemmings, Rob
May 26
#17820
 
17819

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

Thanks for the prompt reply! Yes they are.There's something that I didn't stated before:the flats were taken on full frame mode but the lights were on crop
arturorov
May 25
#17819
 
17818

Re: DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

Hi; Did you capture some of the frames using a different capture software? Are they all the same file type (.CR2 / .FIT / .JPG)? Fly with Pegasus Len On Mon,
Leonard Ward
May 25
#17818
 
17817

Output file and Inverted image

I have read most of the suggested reading but may have missed these two things, please be patient: 1. I have gone into "Options: Settings: Stacking Settings",
blackwatch42nd2003
May 25
#17817
 
17816

DSS interpretates frames in a wrong size

The following problem is very strange and it's giving me headaches. Im trying to do some stacking but whenever I'm about to do it, a window saying that the
arturorov
May 25
#17816
 
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