I'll go backwards:
If I load my tiff file and press Start, the app crashes immediately, with the same error as above.
About the *ini file, yes it is there in the home folder hidden. I deleted and create a new one and now it seems to work properly (with a new video, or just with a tiff file).
The only "major" difference between the 2 *ini files is the last part, the missing lines about the post layer.
[Hidden parameters] current directory = /Users/euripides/ASICAP/Moon/2020-06-01Z main window x0 = 76 main window y0 = 77 main window width = 1159 main window height = 771 main window maximized = False [Global parameters] version = PlanetarySystemStacker 0.8.0 protocol level = 1 write protocol to file = True store protocol with result = True buffering level = 1 include postprocessing = True image format = tiff parameters in filename = True stack number frames = True stack percent frames = True ap box size = True ap number = True [Frames] gauss width = 7 debayering default = Auto detect color normalization = True normalization threshold = 15 add selection dialog = True [Align frames] mode = Surface automation = True rectangle scale factor = 1.7857142857142858 search width = 102 average frame percent = 5 [Alignment points] half box width = 54 search width = 14 structure threshold = 0.04 brightness threshold = 10 frame percent = 10 [PostprocessingInfo] version selected = 1
The new one has also those lines at the end
[PostprocessingVersion 1 layer 0] postprocessing method = Multilevel unsharp masking radius = 1.0 amount = 0 luminance only = False
I've tried different combinations with the new *ini file to recreate the crash, but I've failed. So, it is not crashing anymore. That's good :-) The bad thing is that I haven't found the source of the issue but still, now I know where to look for first if this happens again.
PS1. I think that this started when I was playing with the Grid size...
PS2. Rolf, take a look in this video. It's about the Restore Standard Values button.
Is this correct?
Edited by Euripides, 03 June 2020 - 04:37 PM.