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guyroch
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BackyardEOS Version 2
      #4891647 - 11/01/11 09:43 AM

BackyardEOS Version 2 is ready for download!

http://backyardeos.binaryrivers.com/download


Stability - Complete overhaul of the entire BackyardEOS backend to address multi-threading issues causing application freeze.

Performance - Planetary Imaging should now be able to do approximatly 20 fps instead of about 10 fps.
Performance - Windows fade in/out is removed for better UI performance.

New Feature - ASCOM Plugin to control your ASCOM compliant focuser.
New Feature - Canon 1D Mk IV support added.
New Feature - Thumbnail image viewer.
New Feature - Planetary Imaging is now capable of producing a single AVI file instead of 2GB segments; regarless of size.
New Feature - More control over live view sensibility settings; ISO & TV values to dim live view when trying to focus on bright objects.
New Feature - BackyardEOS will remember its screen location between BYE restart.
New Feature - Remaining seconds countdown when in-camera noise reduction is enabled.
New Feature - Preview 1st image in image capture now takes account of the loop enable button.
New Feature - Drift alignment zoom box can now lock/unlocked just as in Frame & Focus and Planetary.
New Feature - The crosshair X and Y axis’s in drift allignment can be offset form the center.
New Feature - Images taken manually with the camera will be displayed in BYE.
New feature - Stability section in 'Advance Settings' to allow users to enable/disable some functioanlity should they be experiencing issues.
New Feature - TEMPerHUM version 2 is now supported.

Change - Increased the imaging plan delay maximum from 999 to 99,999 seconds.
Change - Minimum value for 'settle dither at' has increased from 0.25 to 1.00 for those who want a shorter dither cylce.
Change - Ambient temerperature from the weather center can now be added in the image file name.
Change - Exiftool 8.64 upgrade.
Change - Maximum eclipse framing opcity can now be set at 100%; previous maximum was 80%.

Bug Fix - EDS_ERR_DEVICE_BUSY error was thrown in some rare cases.
Bug Fix - Generic serial cable error on some cable/camera combination trying to flush the COM port before closing the shutter.

Testing - Intensive regression testing.

Italian and Chinese (Simplified) support.
Thank you to Stefano Meneguolo for the initial Italian translation.
Thank you to Thomas Xiao for the initial Chinese translation.


Thank you for your continued support and interest.

Guylain


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David PavlichAdministrator
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4891728 - 11/01/11 10:45 AM

Hi Guylain,

Is this application an upgrade to current versions or is this an all new program?

Thanks!

David


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: David Pavlich]
      #4891781 - 11/01/11 11:21 AM

David,

It's both but you don't need to uninstall anything. The installer will auto-magically do its thing. Just install over your version 1 installation - it should work as-is.

I should also add that _ALL_ license keys are honored; trials and purchased keys alike.

Hope this helps.

Guylain


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David PavlichAdministrator
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4891813 - 11/01/11 11:40 AM

Thanks, Guylain! That's what I was looking for.

David


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Val'Easy
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: David Pavlich]
      #4891931 - 11/01/11 12:49 PM

Hello Guylain !

J'espère trouver le temps de tester cette deuxième mouture, n'ayant pas pu expérimenter la première...

Bon cieux !

Aurélie


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Val'Easy]
      #4892694 - 11/01/11 08:12 PM

Thanks,

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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: JoseBorrero]
      #4892804 - 11/01/11 09:27 PM

Quote:

Thanks,




You're welcome


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Greg K.Administrator

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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4904431 - 11/08/11 12:10 PM

Finally registered yesterday - can't wait to try out the new version.

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tjay
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Greg K.]
      #4905146 - 11/08/11 07:39 PM

I truly used BackyardEOS for the first time this past weekend, and even though my polar alignment was way off, it was a delight to use.

Very nice piece of work Guylain! Worth way more than the price!


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Greg K.Administrator

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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4906033 - 11/09/11 09:31 AM

Quote:


Performance - Planetary Imaging should now be able to do approximatly 20 fps instead of about 10 fps.





I tried Planetary imaging on Jupiter last night. I was surprised I actually seemed to get about 30fps (w/ T2i & my lowly Acer Netbook). It takes forever to finish writing the AVI after the capture, though - about as long as the capture itself.

Good results but I really wanted an "improve seeing" button.


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Greg K.]
      #4906157 - 11/09/11 10:26 AM

Quote:

Good results but I really wanted an "improve seeing" button.






I can send you a PayPal button.

Guylain


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Greg K.Administrator

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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4906200 - 11/09/11 10:42 AM

Quote:

I can send you a PayPal button.




I already found that one.


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budman1961
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Greg K.]
      #4909142 - 11/10/11 06:41 PM

Just d/l'd the new version......just a nitpick, the splash screen mis-spells the word "affordable" as "afordable".....2 "f"s

Andy


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: budman1961]
      #4909272 - 11/10/11 08:05 PM

Quote:

Just d/l'd the new version......just a nitpick, the splash screen mis-spells the word "affordable" as "afordable".....2 "f"s

Andy




Dang! Did I really do that! Yes I did

I'll fix that right now.

Thank you, good catch.

Guylain


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4927154 - 11/21/11 12:44 AM

BackyardEOS version 2 has just been promoted to production status; dated November 20th 2011.

I have fixed a few minor bugs since the last beta release a few weeks ago. I have also added 2 goodies. You can now suspend (and resume) your image capture plan. The second goodie is actually a new application called BackyardRED.

BackyardRED is 100% free for everyone, even if you don’t own a copy of BackyardEOS. Enjoy!

Check the new website too -> www.backyardeos.com

Thank you for your support and interest,

Guylain & Chris


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Greg K.Administrator

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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4927741 - 11/21/11 12:26 PM

Typo on your website:

link

"BackyardRED is free and will remaing free for the next 4.5 billion years"


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Greg K.]
      #4927941 - 11/21/11 02:12 PM

Thanks, I'll fix it tonight.

Guylain


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Orion58
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4940843 - 11/29/11 12:32 PM

Hello Guylain;
I just purchased Backyard EOS a few minutes ago. I understand I will get a "product key" via email when the transaction is complete. My question is: can I download the software now (realizing it will not be operational until I get the product key) and if so, do I download BOTH the "setup.exe installer" AND the "zip package"?

Thanks for your help

Regards
Bruce


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Orion58]
      #4941330 - 11/29/11 05:26 PM

Bruce,

Thank you; you should have your key by now.

Yes you can download and install BackyardEOS now without the key; you just won't be able to start the application until you receive your software key.

You only need to download one or the other; it's a personal choice whether you prefer to run off an installed application or simply from a folder you unzip the .zip package into. Either way you will get the exact same software.

Hope this helps,

Guylain


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Orion58
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4941376 - 11/29/11 06:00 PM

Thanks Guylain, and yes I received the product key so I'll get things moving!

Clear Skies
Bruce


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PGW Steve
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Orion58]
      #4945439 - 12/02/11 02:55 AM

I know you've recently incorporated ASCOM focusing capabilities into BYE, I don't have any ASCOM focusers at the present time. I was wondering if BYE can use the FWHM readings and auto focus an EOS lens via the Canon focus drivers present in their camera control software?

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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: PGW Steve]
      #4949666 - 12/04/11 01:57 PM

Steve,

The auto focus feature I'm currently working on is for ASCOM focusers initially. I will probably see how I can adapt it to use the lens in a second phase.

Guylain


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Jimmy2K63
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #4964717 - 12/13/11 01:29 PM

I've downloaded the newest version and have not yet tried it out with camera and scope, and probably won't for a few months, I enjoy being inside in the winter. Having said that, I use it all the time for a quick check of the weather. I used the previous version quite a bit last summer and fall and love it.

One thing I am really looking forward to is trying this out in planetary mode.

James


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Jimmy2K63]
      #4965208 - 12/13/11 07:35 PM

Thanks James... in that case you'll be happy to know that in the next release (a few months from now) I've greatly improved creating the AVI in planetary. In the next release creating the AVI is actually _all_ done live while recording so no more waiting at the end of the recording session to shove all images in the AVI.

Guylain


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5007195 - 01/08/12 12:02 PM

Happy New Year everyone!

BackyardEOS 2.0.2 dated January 8th, 2012 has just been released.

This is a very small incremental service release which addresses just a few minor issues/bugs reported in 2.0.1.

If you have not experienced any issues with 2.0.1 you don't have to upgrade.

But... 2.0.2 also comes with a brand new complete user manual... A big thank you to John Eckert for his contribution in creating this complete manual. Thank you John!

You can download and view the change log here.
http://www.backyardeos.com/download.aspx

Thank you for your support,

Guylain


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AndyBooth
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Orion58]
      #5061736 - 02/08/12 08:53 AM

Can you still get a 30 day trial of this software?
If so how is this obtained?


regards


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: AndyBooth]
      #5061961 - 02/08/12 11:05 AM

Quote:

Can you still get a 30 day trial of this software?
If so how is this obtained?


regards




You bet. Go to http://www.backyardeos.com/ and click on trial.

If this fails send me a direct email at backyardEOS@yahoo.com and I'll send you a key just the same.

Thank you for your support and interest.

Guylain


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PGW Steve
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5071300 - 02/13/12 10:21 PM

I upgraded to the latest version.....it's clicking away right now, great product and support!!!

I have tried BackYard Red and was wondering how to get it to work with a dual monitor? Right now the main is BYR and I just keep BYE maximized on the other for light control.


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: PGW Steve]
      #5071367 - 02/13/12 11:03 PM

Thank you Steve.

BackyardRED does not yet support dual monitors. But I'm working on it. You found a nice workaround in the meantime

Guylain


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Jmel
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5079041 - 02/18/12 06:53 PM

I read in another forum that mirror lockup was to be supported back in November 2011. I bought the software but don't see an option when my 1000d is connected via usb. Am I missing something?

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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Jmel]
      #5080158 - 02/19/12 12:44 PM

Mirror lockup in version 2.0.x is supported with a serial cable.

In the next release 2.1.x mirror lockup will be supported natively with only the usb cable for DIGIC IV cameras. I'm aiming sometime in April for the 2.1 release.

Hope this helps,

Guylain


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Jmel
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5080208 - 02/19/12 01:02 PM

It sure does, thanks for the info.

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Jason B
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Jmel]
      #5082214 - 02/20/12 03:32 PM

Guylain,
I used version 2 for the 1st time last night and thought it was great. I really like the large display of exposure time, etc. Makes it much easier to see. I also like being able to click on a image to enlarge it for inspection.

Great job on a wonderful software package!


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Jason B]
      #5083227 - 02/21/12 07:19 AM

Quote:

Guylain,
I also like being able to click on a image to enlarge it for inspection.





Then you'll be very impressed with the release of 2.1 in a few months It will show immediate enlargement and localized image statistics, including histogram, just by pointing the mouse

Thank you for your support and interest,

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5093145 - 02/26/12 11:17 PM

I recently started using BYE with my shiny new T2i and I noticed one odd issue. The battery level always shows 80% even as the battery was actually running out.

Great program! I absolutely love it!


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: jgraham]
      #5093463 - 02/27/12 08:18 AM

I read somewhere that the camera is reporting that #....I believe it rolls down in increments of 20%.

Andy


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: budman1961]
      #5094394 - 02/27/12 04:49 PM

I have a bug in the current 2.0.2 release where the battery level change event is ignored if it fires during a bulb exposure. This is why the UI is never updated . I will fix it in the 2.1 release.

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5095970 - 02/28/12 03:09 PM

Quote:

I have a bug in the current 2.0.2 release where the battery level change event is ignored if it fires during a bulb exposure. This is why the UI is never updated . I will fix it in the 2.1 release.

Guylain




I noticed this, but talk about a minor detail when compared to the benefits of this program.

I can't wait for...


you already know


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: zerro1]
      #5121424 - 03/14/12 07:58 AM

BackyardEOS 2.0.3 ready for download

http://www.backyardeos.com/download.aspx

Planetary crash creating the AVI file is fixed.

The AVI file size limit of 2 GIG is no longer an issue. A planetary recording
will result in a single AVI file regardless of its size.

Do not be alarmed if it takes a few minutes for the AVI to show up in your
download folder. Here's the reason why…

Once a planetary recording is complete BackyardEOS will convert the AVI to
ensure it can be read by Registax (or other processing tool) without requiring
any additional conversion. You will note a notification icon appearing in
Windows notification area in the lower right corner of your screen; if you click
on the notification icon you will witness the conversion progress. This process
will queue the conversions should you start another planetary recording before
the first is completely converted to ensure your computer does not suffer from
performance degradation.

The conversion is optional and a setting "AVI conversion" is available in the
Setting window for those who do not need or want BackyardEOS to convert the AVI
for you. If you choose not to have BackyardEOS convert the file for you on the
fly you can always convert it at a later time using VirtualDub.

Thank you for your help and patience.

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5128074 - 03/18/12 05:57 AM

Hi there! Any chance that a Mac version is being worked on? Or can this run under something like boot camp or parallels? Thanks!!

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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: wrz0170]
      #5128652 - 03/18/12 02:01 PM

You need run under boot camp or parallels for now. A lot of users are running under parallels with no issues at all.

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5519503 - 11/14/12 12:54 PM

I like the feature that you have for the illuminated eyepiece for doing drift alignments. If I were to make a custom layer for measuring arcseconds, am I able to drop that in a program directory so I can use it too (provided I rename the image)?

If not, could I send it to you for use in a future release?


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: AbsoluteZero]
      #5519622 - 11/14/12 02:40 PM

It's not an image, the reticule is drawn dynamically on-the-fly. I do have plans to offer a more precise measurement base on your optics eventually.

Thank you for your support,

Guylain


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red lightning
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5520959 - 11/15/12 10:50 AM

Guylain

if I get a cable to hookup PHD Guiding to my mount via a usb port can I use BackyardEOS to track while taking images without a guide scope.

Thanks
Jim


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: red lightning]
      #5521896 - 11/15/12 08:54 PM

Jim,

BYE does not do guiding, it does dithering.

This said you can't guide and image with the same camera. This is not possible with DSLRs.

You need a separate guide camera and either a guide scope or an off-axis guider hooked up to PHD. Once you have proper guiding then, and only then, can BYE do its magic and dither between each images.

Does this make sense?

Guylain


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red lightning
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5522474 - 11/16/12 09:02 AM

Guylain

Yes it does make sense. I was confused between dithering and guiding. thanks for the clairification. maybe a glossary of terms would help for us newbe's.

Jim

Astro-Tech AT8N
Celestron CGEM DX Mount
Canon T3i


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: red lightning]
      #5522538 - 11/16/12 09:54 AM

There is a good explanation of dithering in the BYE user manual... but I'm no different than anybody else... I rarely read those manuals too

Thank you for your support.

Guylain


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red lightning
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #5855426 - 05/12/13 12:47 PM

Gaylain

is BYEOS compatible with Starzona Focus Max.

Jim


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #6013203 - 08/08/13 09:25 AM

My name is Larry Stephens. Ive been waiting for a reply with a trial code so i can download the version-3 BYE.Woiuld
like to here from someone ate BYE!


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guyroch
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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: Larry S.]
      #6013354 - 08/08/13 10:41 AM

Larry,

You trial key was sent July 20th. I remember the email exchange we had that day too.

If you're requesting another trial via the web site I won't get the trial request as you're already had a trial key, your subsequent request are swallowed by the spam control I have on the site.

Please send me a PM if you need 1:1 assistance.

Thank you

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #6300427 - 01/08/14 04:56 PM

Hi
I have a question regarding the software, Incase i purchase the software and then install the software in one PC, is it possible to install the software in another PC just incase i get another one after sometime. I will be using only one PC but however wanted to know if i need to pay for installing it in the new PC which i intend to buy sometime late?

thanks
Bharath


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: bkumar82]
      #6300507 - 01/08/14 05:47 PM

As per the end user license agreement you can install the software on more than one computer provided you only use one at a time.

Guylain


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Re: BackyardEOS Version 2 new [Re: guyroch]
      #6300699 - 01/08/14 07:27 PM

I guess I should add that BackyardEOS v3 has been released last summer since this old v2 thread has been resurrected today

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Guylain


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