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davesparx

Canon 1100d raw files with deep sky stacker

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Hi,

I've used APT all evening, recording RAW files from my 1100d.

I can see the photos clearly in preview on APT. When I try to import them into DSS, they're small and I can't see anything on them. Also, when they stack its just a couple of blurred stars.

I'm doing something wrong! Should I avoid RAW files or is something changing from viewing in APT?

I feel like tearing my hair out!!

David

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You do need to use RAW files my 1100D files work fine i am using DSS Version 3.3.3 Beta 47

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Is it showing just a long thin strip from the middle of the picture? If so, its a problem with dss, updating to a newer version fixes it.

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It is showing a long thin strip :)

Thank you so much!!!

I can't wait to try the new version and see how these subs turn out now :)

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I can verify this fixed the issue for me aswell. Just need that new version.

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bijan

Help me . I need the software deep sky staker 3.3.3 beta 47. Unfortunately I can not find link downloaded. All links are error. I

cant download. Tanx

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bijan

. I need the software deep sky staker 3.3.3 beta 47 or 51 All links are error. I

cant download. Tanx

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Also check if you were stacking the png thumbnails instead of the jpegs, but as said above simply use the raw files with the latest version of it

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