RE: [MaxImDL] Question on Set Calibration


Dec 10, 2011

 


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#47975 Dec 10, 2011

Hello

I have many folders of Object (light) frames. Contained in each of these

many Object folders I have calibration frames, both raw and some calibrated

calibration frames.

If I now run Set calibration to start at the roof folder of all light frames

(that also include calibration frames), will Maxim know that some

calibration frames are duplicates, and exclude these?

The exercise here to get back to a simpler, more efficient folder structure.

My thinking is that Maxim would create optimized master calibration frames

that I could then move to one folder.

In all references, I am not including flat frames.

Or is there a simpler way?

Thank you

Adrien Richardson



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#47978 Dec 11, 2011

"Some calibrated calibration frames" What is that ?...I meant Masters of

course..







Adrien.











From: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of

Adrien

Sent: Sunday, December 11, 2011 7:49 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Question on Set Calibration











Hello

I have many folders of Object (light) frames. Contained in each of these

many Object folders I have calibration frames, both raw and some calibrated

calibration frames.

If I now run Set calibration to start at the roof folder of all light frames

(that also include calibration frames), will Maxim know that some

calibration frames are duplicates, and exclude these?

The exercise here to get back to a simpler, more efficient folder structure.

My thinking is that Maxim would create optimized master calibration frames

that I could then move to one folder.

In all references, I am not including flat frames.

Or is there a simpler way?

Thank you

Adrien Richardson











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