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Here's what I've learned today in case it's helpful to any of you with high res monitors. To alleviate the problems described, I went to my WIN10 settings page and changed size to 100% AND resolution down to 1280 x 720. That gives me a reasonably good sized centered image. See attachment.
Hi Stas I'm having the same difficulties as described in the former post. I'm using a Dell laptop with 3200 x 1800 resolution. Using the native recommended settings of 3200 x 1800 and 200% size, the live view on my laptop displays a 1/4 size image in the bottom left corner of the display. Changing W...
Hi everyone. I'm looking at the 'Focus Stacking With Helicon Remote' YouTube tutorial. At the 56 second mark, a zoom tool is used, (see attachment) but the tutorial doesn't explain how to access the tool. The help page alluded to using my mouse wheel, but that doesn't seem to do it. Suggestions woul...
- 10.08.2017 01:45
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
- Topic: The Main Purpose of the Rendering Brightness Slider??
- Replies: 1
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Greetings! I'm a fairly new user to Helicon Focus. I've been using rendering to eliminate anomalies caused by insects moving during the photo stacking process. I think I know how the Brightness slider works, but I really have no idea what its purpose is. Is it just intended to be used to balance ton...