2022-01-07: APP 1.083 has been released !!!
- new Star Reducer Tool
- 15-30% speed increase in processing
- introducing Comet registration
- support for new camera models like Canon EOS R5,R6
- Greatly improved HSL Selective Color Tool
- New Batch Tools
- New File Saver Module with PNG support
Error message RegistrationActionListener
I am following the tutorial but I am getting anerror message when registrating. Any ideas what causes this?
Were you able to select the comet etc?
I closed APP and tried it again with exactly the same settings. Now it worked. 🤔
Interesting, maybe a very specific glitch. A new version will be released soon and it will be more robust by then as well.
I have a large set of very short exposures that cannot be aligned with APP currently, as they contain less than 10 stars per sub and a bright core of a planetary nebula. I wanted to use the comet registration feature to align those cores to get around this problem and ran into the same error message after selecting the comet:
I also remember getting the same error message last week in another case - but I guess I cannot reproduce that one for you again. Has the cause of this problem been identified and will it be addressed in the next beta and do you have any idea, when to expect the second beta?
This is not possible yet with the comet registration. There are some good improvements for star detection though in the upcoming beta, due to the work on comet registration and star reduction, Mabula managed to get that improved as well. So, we have to wait for that release and then try again I think.
I was getting this error message. Switched from OpenGL to CPU, and it seems to have gone away... I'm on an M1 MacBook Air.
I have experienced a bit different error in 1.083-beta2:
Yes it's not perfect indeed in this beta yet. Mabula is improving it and the new release will have some improvements here as well.
Hello, I also registered today and downloaded the 30-day free trial version 1.082 and upgraded to version 1.083-beta2. I encountered an error in my first comet operation. It's a sad situation!