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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #45 on: 2018 May 04 01:52:42 »
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When I convert the files to 32 bit float xisf first then PI only uses between 3GB and 5GB of RAM with the same settings (that sounds reasonable).

Yes, that's public. The reason is: DSLR raw files cannot be integrated with incremental disk file read operations.

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #46 on: 2018 May 12 09:01:26 »
Hello  :),
I am very satisfied to see your interest in fuji RAF.
I arrive well has to open them, thank you very much !

The good news now: I have a working Demosaic module, which will replace the current Debayer module in the next version of PixInsight. Demosaic implements the same X-Trans interpolation algorithm as libraw does, but in a fully parallelized version. This means that X-Trans frames can now be used just as Bayer frames throughout the whole preprocessing chain, from ImageCalibration to DrizzleIntegration. If you and other X-Trans users are interested, I can make a prerelease of the new Demosaic module, along with a modified version of BatchPreprocessing to support X-Trans demosaicing, through the update-devel repository.

I am interested for test the new module  ;)
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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #47 on: 2018 May 23 10:58:31 »
how can you fine tune fbdd?

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #48 on: 2018 July 17 08:59:54 »
Im not sure what is going on with Pixinsight lately, it seems like there have not been any updates in months.

I have a serious issue with this module.  First of all, I have no way to uninstall it from Pi, I have uninstalled the program itself but upon re installation the new raw module is still loaded in the program.  The raw module works fine for a period of time and then mysteriously disappears from the format explore window.  Once this happens I can no longer open ANY dslr files. It completely brickwalls my workflow and I am no longer able to use Pixinisght to open and process my astrophotography.



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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #49 on: 2018 July 17 09:42:15 »
Im not sure what is going on with Pixinsight lately, it seems like there have not been any updates in months.

I was hoping for a slightly faster progress as well. I started my trial period when I saw this announcement because now I could use my Fuji files directly with PI. I couldn't get past the debayer step in my tests but I really liked what I saw up until this point. Sadly my trial license has expired many weeks ago.

I had to put PI back on the shelf again. I've stopped monitoring the official channels so please also post in this thread if there is an update. Maybe I'll have a look at PI again when the nights are getting longer. :-\

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #50 on: 2018 October 27 16:22:33 »
I'm checking in about the availability of Debayering Fuji (X-T2). You mentioned that if there was sufficient interest, you might release a beta version or beta tool for testing. Please let me know if that is a possibility.

I have been trying to export the calibrated files, and run through libraw to debayer on my own (and the re-import to PI), but so far no luck.

Thanks,
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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #51 on: 2018 October 27 17:24:10 »
That would be great. I'm currently exporting my calibrated files as FITS, do my own demosaicing and then import the resulting RGB FITS files back into PI.

It works but it is very cumbersome and my home brew demosaicing algorithm is not the best. An integrated solution would be a huge step forward for my workflow.

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #52 on: 2018 November 26 03:56:49 »
I also experienced the new RAW module disappearing after using it. Unfortuantely, I did not create a windows restore point before updating PI. The fix is to search windows registry of PixInsight entries and delete them. Next, search windows hard drive for PixInsight entries and deleted them too. Finally re-installed PI and DSLR-RAW module appeared. Next time, I'll create a windows restore point before updating PI.
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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #53 on: 2018 December 15 03:00:38 »
Sorry for may bad English

Is Raw nikon Z6 supported ?

My image is bad

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #54 on: 2018 December 15 09:28:15 »
Nikon Z6? Very unlikely.

The author of LibRaw added Z6 support only a few days ago: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/62005403

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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #55 on: 2018 December 23 08:24:20 »
not supported in pixinsight
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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #56 on: 2018 December 23 08:54:59 »
Here is a response from Juan last week.

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The authors of LibRAW have released a new snapshot a few days ago that supports the Nikon Z6. This snapshot was available a couple of days before the PixInsight 1.8.6 release, and I was considering the possibility to include it. Since the RAW module is a critical component, I decided to keep the latest 0.19.1 stable release of LibRAW to stay on the safe side. I can release a development version of the RAW module built with the snapshot through the update-devel repository; I'll keep you informed about this.
 
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https://pixinsight.com/forum/index.php?topic=12986.msg79168#msg79168


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Re: New RAW Module - Ready for Testing
« Reply #57 on: 2018 December 23 10:00:24 »
I saw. I also asked there

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