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(@ccdmike)
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October 11, 2021 13:31  

Hi all,

I am using a dual setup with a ZWO294mc (which needs to force the RGGB pattern under 0 raw/fits) and a QHY294MM (which doesn't need that),

What do I have to use under 0 raw/fits to integrate both cam's frames together?

TIA and CS

Mike


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(@vincent-mod)
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October 11, 2021 16:48  

In that case I would process them separately and then save the calibrated frames. Those calibrated frames can then be loaded in together. If that doesn't work, please let me know.


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(@wvreeven)
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October 11, 2021 20:20  

Adding to what Vincent wrote: force bayer only is needed if APP cannot determine itself that the OSC frames need debayering. APP will determine that based on the FITS header so if the bayer pattern is in there then you do no need to force bayer.

Note that if you load both OSC and mono frames then force bayer should not be enabled since then APP will think that the mono frames are OSC as well. So if you load all frames and process them and you see that APP cannot determine that the OSC lights need debayering, then you need to process them separated from the mono frames and force bayer on the OSC data.


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(@ccdmike)
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October 12, 2021 08:41  

@wvreeven
Thanks, that was my thought, too.
Not sure if the FITS header work, but I will try it.

Regards

Mike


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(@ccdmike)
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October 12, 2021 08:44  

@vincent-mod
Thank you Vincent. That also answers my following question about registration 😉 If I use all the different but calibrated files, they will register during the processing!

Regards

Mike


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