Iniciado por D_79, 13-Jul-21, 23:44
CitarThe RAW module included in the standard PixInsight distribution since core version 1.8.8 uses LibRaw 201910 snapshot. Since this version, LibRaw has changed the way some raw formats are decoded. The changes we are interested in here refer to the coordinates of the visible region of the raw image with respect to the entire (uncropped) raw frame. As you probably know, many (most?) DSLR raw formats define unused areas of the raw frame, which correspond to rows and columns of pixels that are never exposed to light. Obviously, these unused regions are located at the edges of the raw frame, and their dimensions and location depend on the particular formats used by each camera model. Our RAW module provides a preferences option to enable/disable automatic cropping of unused areas, which is enabled by default.
Cita de: Roberto "Akeru" - Cielos Boreales en 14-Jul-21, 17:58Parece que es el "Canon banding". En el propio PixInsight tienes un script para reducirlo y si buscas ese concepto en Google encontrarás algunos consejos para lidiar con él.