akeru wrote:Hi all. Heal is a very powerfull function but I have a question. Why heal is unavailable with the tracking enabled?
And if I work with heal due to separate stars and nebula and later I add the different layers in a only image again ¿Must I activate tracking again? It had impact in the noise reduction process?
Thanks a lot.
Yes, you're right. Heal (along with a couple of other modules) is unavailable while Tracking is enabled as it will (presently) greatly interfere with the continuous data analysis that Tracking performs. The reason for that is that Heal obviously 'makes up' data, for which no prior analysis exists (there is no record of its evolution). I have a fix for this, but it will require a fair bit of work (it's something for the next major release).
For the exact same reason, the Layer module will warn you to be very careful if Tracking is still on - it can make Tracking 'lose track' of signal evolution in your data.
Once Tracking is switched off, analysis is no longer possible, so, unfortunately, using Heal after switching Tracking back on will not help.