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Offline smccully

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Question about Image Container and Processes
« on: 2019 October 20 14:48:03 »
So i am not sure if i am doing something wrong, or its another bug but I open DBE and create a model and apply it to an image. The results are different when runing the DBE process against an image container or dragging the DBE process to the window directly versus reopening the DBE process and executing manually.

1. Save DBE Process -- "dragging the DBE window triangle to the Workspace."
2. Open Image Container.
3. Add images to image container, set Output Folder, FileName pattern.
4. Drag Image Container triangle to saved DBE process in Workspace.

Two things are wrong,

-- One even when "Never Overwrite output files" is turned off it does not overwrite the output file but creates an extension.
-- Second the output files, and arguably more importantly the process does achieve the same results as if i was to open the same process on that image window and execute manually.

I've attached the DBE process source.

Sample Files
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/muycy83gm1ggzik/Lum-1x-120s-29_c.xisf?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/i0ns8sogph5o7hf/Lum-1x-120s-25_c.xisf?dl=0
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DynamicBackgroundExtraction: Processing view: Blue_1x_120s_100_c_ic_00000002_00000001
2-D surface spline interpolation: done
Applying background correction: done
Truncating samples: done
1.392 s
* Target file already exists, writing to: E:/seanm/Dropbox/MaximDL/M33/OneHundredTwentySeconds/Calibrated/Blue-1x-120s-100_c02.xisf

Writing file:
E:/seanm/Dropbox/MaximDL/M33/OneHundredTwentySeconds/Calibrated/Blue-1x-120s-100_c02.xisf
Writing image: w=4656 h=3522 n=1 Gray Float32
129 FITS keyword(s) embedded.
11 image properties embedded.
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Re: Question about Image Container and Processes
« Reply #1 on: 2019 October 20 15:54:05 »
unfortunately because of the way DBE works, it can't be used with a process container.

juan has been working on a new background modeling tool which should work with process containers. right now if you want to do background extraction with a process container you'll have to use ABE.

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Re: Question about Image Container and Processes
« Reply #2 on: 2019 October 20 17:54:51 »
Thanks that does help, appreciate the feedback and makes sense given the results i was getting