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Help a beginner with fit RGB (bayer)  

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(@astrolab68)
Molecular Cloud Customer
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October 23, 2019 14:13  

Please excuse me immediately, but I downloaded the sw. I followed the tutorial for the first procedures, but I still see the image in black and white and I can't find where to add all the images and then how can I transform the bayer image into color?

Thanks...


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(@stojang)
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October 23, 2019 14:21  

@astrolab68

It's simple... before ''1)LOAD'' you check on ''0)RAW/FIT'' and MAKE-CHECK ''force Bayer CFA''.


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(@astrolab68)
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October 23, 2019 15:43  

Thanks Stojang, I did it. I think APP is great for preparing the final file. I do not find how to export the file, as well as in FIT and (I finish) the palettes of steps go from 6 to 9 ... and 7 and 8?!? Or rightly so (I use it with Apple).


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(@wvreeven)
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October 23, 2019 18:48  

When step 6 finishes a new file is created on disk and it will show up at the bottom of the file list. Double click it to open it in the viewer. Then click the Save button in the upper right of APP and you'll get a few popups that allow you to specify the file name and the output format.

Please note that APP generates images with a linear histogram. When you export those images and open them in an external viewer, the images very likely will be (almost) completely black. The histogram needs to be stretched first and this can be achieved by ticking the Stretch check box to the left of the Save button.

 

HTH, Wouter


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(@astrolab68)
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October 23, 2019 19:07  

@wvreeven

Good!!! There are almost ... when (to which passage) and where can I ask the sw to eliminate the noise and make the background more homogeneous? After this I promise that for today I don't bother anymore. Thanks


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(@wvreeven)
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October 23, 2019 19:27  

@astrolab68 See tab 9) Tools


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(@astrolab68)
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October 23, 2019 19:28  

@wvreeven

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