Make sure that the other application is able to support the normalized [0,1] range that PixInsight uses to write floating point images, or the superbias frame won't work at firstname.lastname@example.org said:After experimenting, I found that the IMAGTYPE keyword in the Fits header needed to be changed. PI is using "Master Bias", while Maxim is looking for "BIAS". When I changed this keyword, the frames worked as expected.
I am another ACP user, so I need to use Maxim for image collection. Calibration is very convenient, since the images are calibrated as they are collected. I do not have to do anything, the calibrated images are ready the next morning. I use PI for alignment and everything after that.
yespscammp said:So i assume then that this new 'Superbias' image i have here is used in place of my origonal 'Master Bias'
for the calibration/integration proccess etc
I think 32bin floating point is enough.pscammp said:If so, what settings would i use for the .fits file when saving it, It defaults to a 32bit IEEE 754 Floating Point,
would it need to be a different one like 64bit for instance ?????