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by Jim Fandango
28.12.2018 13:30
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: Differences in Result of Batchmode vs Interactive
Replies: 3
Views: 1793

Re: Differences in Result of Batchmode vs Interactive

The question is more related to the internal handling. Of course I could disable autocrop in interactive mode to get identical results but cropping itself is quite nice.. as the result of autocropped and manually cropped images is not identical later stitching is not easily possible. There is some z...
by Jim Fandango
17.12.2018 22:04
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Batch Processing annoyances
Replies: 3
Views: 833

Re: Batch Processing annoyances

Hi,

yes I am using 7.0.2

kr
Jim
by Jim Fandango
14.12.2018 10:32
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Batch Processing annoyances
Replies: 3
Views: 833

Batch Processing annoyances

Hi, my standard process is always like taking tons of pictures during the day and processing images over night so the batch processing is of great help, but there are a couple of issues: 1) Stackdefinition when selecting thousands of pictures with lot of stacks: 1.1 why do I have to wait for exif in...
by Jim Fandango
16.11.2018 14:50
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: Differences in Result of Batchmode vs Interactive
Replies: 3
Views: 1793

Differences in Result of Batchmode vs Interactive

Hi, at the moment I am dealing with a strange situation - the result of the batchrun seems to miss a final step which seems to be happening in interactive mode. Some pictures of deep stacks from ~300 RAW input files have sort of unusable/stackable border, which is automatically removed in interactiv...
by Jim Fandango
05.01.2018 16:17
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Problem with Stackprocessing
Replies: 1
Views: 1316

Problem with Stackprocessing

I have complete reproducible problems with stackprocessing. I have a 32 GB Windows 10 machine with an extra SSD for TEMP storage ( where Helicon Cache is also located ) with ~200GB free disk space. My initial folder contains 200 - 300 files which will be broken down to 4 - 6 stacks ( 50 images each)...