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    Default Debayer method SBIG FITS



    Hi,

    I'm trying to get the hang of using Registax, and I noticed that you have to specify the debayer method to process single shot color. Does anyone happen to know the correct debayer method for SBIG Fits images?

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    Default Re: Debayer method SBIG FITS

    Erm... Why are you using Registax (which is really for high frame rate planetary/lunar video processing) on still images? What are you trying to achieve? Can you explain bit more?

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    Default Re: Debayer method SBIG FITS

    Oh, sorry, I guess I wasn't clear. I'm trying to determine the correct debayer method for SBIG Fits color images in registax.

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