Author Topic: starting from ground zero - good filenames to pick for lights (L/R/G/B)  (Read 1042 times)

Offline DaveB

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Hi everyone,

I just downloaded the trial license and am attempting to integrate an LRGB image. In the tutorial, it mentions that if you name the files intelligently, then the BatchPreprocessing script will automatically handle them properly using the "add files" without having to import the various types of files separately. Are there any rules for what keywords or phrases the script is looking for, and where in the filename these keywords/phrases need to be? I was able to get some to work (e.g. "dark") and it put red/green/blue in subtrees, but I haven't figured out the L frames yet, and it would be good to know any additional rules.

Thanks,
Dave

Offline DaveB

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Never mind, I figured it out... I need to use "light" instead of "lum" in the filename. PI figured out the binning and filter wheel from the FITS header, very cool!