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(@sternefueralle)
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Joined: 2 years ago
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Hi there everybody and a healthy new year.

Tying to stack some images I received an error, stopping everything.

it says:

"Error in Module RegistrationActionListener

...Cause:

null

vq.a (unknown source)"

See pics.

What is goin wrong here?

Please help.

Regards

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(@wvreeven)
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Joined: 4 years ago
Posts: 1651
 

@sternefueralle Hi Peter,

Can you tell us more about what kind of data you are processing? From the console screen shot I see you at least have data taken with an ASI294MC camera but the frame names start with an L which confuses me. Are those luminance frames taken with a color camera? Also, what calibration frames are you using? And what version of APP?

Thanks, Wouter


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(@sternefueralle)
White Dwarf Customer
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 16
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Good morning Wouter,

Thank you for answering.

Yes, I can tell more!

Images are Color, and the Name "L_..." comes from APT which names the frame by its kind: L_..= light, D_..= dark etc.

I just reentered everything again, to show you the log window.

I tryed to save space in some columns, to get everything in. So the instrument is ZWO ASI 294MCPro. Color.

But I am a kind of happy, that this morning everything works fine!!! I don't know why, but.... it works today...Same data, same setup etc.

Not really happy, because I don't know the reason, I can not reproduce! I'm a physicist and thats the way I learned it.

Very very strange! Is there something your tool uses online? The message sounds to me a bit like "..not available somewhere..."

Image2

Anyway, I thank you...

Regards from Peter and the stars.


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(@wvreeven)
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Hi Peter,

Good to know that it is working now. As far as I know the only thing that APP does online is to check the license and not being able to do so shouldn’t affect image processing. 

Wouter


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