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Re: Question about using BYEOS new [Re: Astronewb]
      #5739137 - 03/17/13 05:07 PM

Paul, there is already a looong waiting list for BYN and I am at the top of the list fyi

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Re: Question about using BYEOS new [Re: bilgebay]
      #5750978 - 03/23/13 12:03 AM

BackyardNIK!!! For sure, count me in!!

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Re: Question about using BYEOS new [Re: willykros]
      #5776620 - 04/03/13 10:13 PM

I mention this because your website is nicely done and I think you care, December seems to be misspelled on your download page.

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Re: Question about using BYEOS new [Re: CharlesW]
      #5779430 - 04/05/13 11:28 AM

Quote:

I mention this because your website is nicely done and I think you care, December seems to be misspelled on your download page.




Thanks, I'll fix it

Guylain


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Re: Question about using BYEOS *DELETED* new [Re: guyroch]
      #6039181 - 08/21/13 09:14 PM

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CharlesW
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Re: Question about using BYEOS *DELETED* new [Re: tma61]
      #6071140 - 09/09/13 11:48 AM

Good morning, I finally performed my first imaging run last night, lights, darks, bias, and finally flats this morning. Lights and darks were done in TheSkyX and are in the FITS format. Bias and flats were done in BYEOS, but in RAW. Maybe I can't find it, but Deep Sky Stacker won't open RAW which means I need to perform a couple of extra steps to convert them into something DSS will work with. Any chance BYEOS could be configured to output to FITS, automatically?

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Re: Question about using BYEOS *DELETED* new [Re: CharlesW]
      #6071414 - 09/09/13 02:14 PM

Quote:

Good morning, I finally performed my first imaging run last night, lights, darks, bias, and finally flats this morning. Lights and darks were done in TheSkyX and are in the FITS format. Bias and flats were done in BYEOS, but in RAW. Maybe I can't find it, but Deep Sky Stacker won't open RAW which means I need to perform a couple of extra steps to convert them into something DSS will work with. Any chance BYEOS could be configured to output to FITS, automatically?




Charles,

Are you sure you have the latest version of DSS? If you have an older version of DSS it may not have all the necessary drivers to read the .cr2 from your camera. The newer DSS version should.

BYE does not support FITS at the moment and to be honest you want the .cr2 anyway. Converting the .cr2 into FITS at acquisition time takes more time and requires more disk space which several users don't have on their imaging laptop.

Hope this helps, thank you.

Guylain


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