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Dyptorden

Registax - no Bias?

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Hi guys,

I was just looking around to different stacking software (i am kind of noob). Could you tell me where can you add Bias frames in Registax? I only see light...dark... flat... and reference.

Thank you.

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Registax is for stacking "movies", usually in .avi format, from a high frame rate camera.  You can use darks and flats.  If you want to stack a series of single pictures (from a DSLR or CCD camera) then Deep Sky Stacker is the software to use (freeware).

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Thank you Bizibilder, I know about DDS but I was looking for alternatives, just for my curiosity.

Registax can also stack pictures.Version 5.x supports *.RAW files. Yet I find no location for the BIAS.

And one more question regarding the  DARK or FLAT files : I can see that the program supports BMP and PNG but no RAW. Am I missing something? Or is it made just for those two file types?

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