Lawrence wrote:I have had another look at the (apparently) new manual regarding this. Most curiously, different zoom levels on the images (one image per selected Bayer matrix option) shows different results at different zoom levels - so I am more confused than before I asked the question! One zoom level shows clear blue image with no matrix, another zoom level shows different colour - and so on. I would not know where I was if the zoom level results change.
If I have set this up correctly, there should be two files in 'Startools samples', GBRG and GRBG. The suggestion from Terry Platt (SX) is that GRBG should be the correct one (unfiltered reddish). MY concern is that the only way to get rid of the matrix is to bin the image. I would have expected that the software could cope with a full sized image. Please advise.
BTW, the raw images have not been bias or dark reduced. They are mere 5-minute images that I am trying to see how well I can process them in their raw state. Until I can convince myself that I have the correct Bayer, I don't want to be producing loads of wrongly deBayered images for processing.
FWIW I was puzzled when the first message came up telling me that the (single unstacked) image appeared to have 'stacking artefacts'.
The manual that I believed was a new one turned out to (apparently) be an older one with several sections labelled 'unwritten' or equivalent. Unfortunately none of the versions appear to be labelled with the version in the title, resulting in having to download every manual found and then go by the number inside. Could the manuals be clearly labelled please? I currently have several different versions short-cut on my desktop.
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