Setting Enhanced Deringing to Off indeed reinstates Decon's "old" behaviour. The main issue with using deconvolution to address chromatic aberration is that it can only work correctly for stars that don't overexpose (e.g. don't have "fat white cores"). Chromatic aberration is most visible precisely around overexposing stars, so that makes using this technique tricky in these situations.happy-kat wrote:Sorry about opening this old post, but I tried the trick I did in this post (by happy-kat » Sun Apr 22, 2018 8:24 pm) using 1.6.686 and I could not get the same effect correction on the stars, I was using other data. and in the Decon module I see there's been a change in naming. Previously
Parameter [Mask Behavior] set to [De-ring Mask Gaps, Show Result]
Is this the same as Enhanced Deringing and if the slider is to the left is that same as the previous [De-ring Mask Gaps, Show Result] please?
It is also worth mentioning that chromatic aberration in datasets that have been color balanced and - worse - camera matrix corrected will have the chromatic aberration bleeding into the other color channels, making it much harder/impossible to use channel-based deconvolution to address this issue.