2023-03-15: APP 2.0.0-beta14 has been released !
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Error when Normalizing Lights
Processing from my LeNhanced filter.
I have loaded the (Red, Blue, Green, Ha, Oiii) Lights.
I have done the Analyze stars, Register. When I go to normalize, I get this error.
I have shut down and restarted the program twice with the same result.
Yes, that's because you need to split the RGB in separate channels first. Check out this workflow: https://www.astropixelprocessor.com/community/postid/7610/
I did that already.
Interesting and did you follow that workflow as well, just to see if you did similar steps?
4th time I used a different target and subs just in case.
It does not like the red channel Fit Files used
Right click and save as......
Thanks, downloading now and will have a look probably tomorrow.
Bob, I had this error and found some information about unchecking the force CFA box before running Normalization on the RGB, HA, and OIII lights
Apologies for the delay, busy time down here. I'll have a look today and see what's up.
Mmm, I don't have any issue. I loaded in all frames to their channel and went to the normalize tab, normalized and saved the normalized frames and then combined in the RGB Combine tool. I use 1.083 beta version.
I am running the same version.
You have something turned on/off that I don't
I don't think so, I used all the standard settings for this test. I only did the assigning of the lights to the filters and went to the normalization tab to perform the normalization (and thus registrations etc.) and saved them. I am using Linux here, but that shouldn't matter.
I am getting the exact error as Bob when following this workflow.