DesertSky wrote:An additional thought, StarTools needs better error handling if this file can't be created. That is, an appropriate error message rather than crashing.
DesertSky wrote:I have StarTools in "c:\Program Files" which is a protected directory (only admin can write there) so the .trk file can not be created there. I moved StarTools to another location and confirmed that this is the problem. For Windows, the recommended location to store files like this is:
c:\users\<UserName>\Appdata\Local\StarTools where <UserName> is the current user name
DesertSky wrote:"Program Files" is the standard location to store 64 bit exe's on windows so this is a genuine issue.
Anything before Windows 7 is unsupported so the issue is not going away.
Interesting thought about a single directory, however, consider having two directories - a static (read only) directory and a data directory. It does mean the user needs to understand where each directory is located on each system. At the very least, you need to make users aware of this issue.
I should start another thread for this, however, try to process the supplied file in StarTools. Using AutoDev and Wipe, I could not get any good results. I had better results using Develop, however, the contrast was poor and I was unable to fix it. After that, the other tools seemed to work well.
DesertSky wrote:I need to study what you supplied, however, to answer your question the debayer is VNG. I've only seen this pattern with Startools and not other programs. When I tried Develop with is image there is no pattern so there is something about this image that is causing a problem for AutoDev.
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