Can't get photometry to work

Discussion in 'Image Processing' started by Wesley Cash, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. Wesley Cash

    Wesley Cash Cyanogen Customer

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    I have been try to do photometry with images taken with my STF-8300, using Maxim DL.

    When I try to graph the measurements from the images I get no graph window and the program freezes. Even when I close the program (Maxim DL) the next time I open it , it is still sluggish and unresponsive like something is still running. Any ideas?
     
  2. Colin Haig

    Colin Haig Cyanogen Customer

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    Which version of MaxIm and OS are you running on and what's the PC ? e.g. MDL 6.13 Windows 10 64bit Anniversary Edition 1607 on an Asus laptop with i7 3GHz processor 8GB RAM and nVidia 620M graphics chip. Can you post a screen shot and maybe use Dropbox to post some sample images that give the problem? Steps to reproduce?
     
  3. Wesley Cash

    Wesley Cash Cyanogen Customer

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    Hello Colin: I am running Version 6.13 of Maxim Dl IP 6, My computer is a Dell Precision Laptop with 8 GB Ram, an Intel Core i7-4710 MQ CPU @ 2.50 GHz, Nvidia Quadro K3100 graphics card, 64 Bit Operating ssystem, Windows 10 Pro version 1607, OS Build 14393.576.
    I am running Malware Bytes anti virus along with the windows anti virus.

    The only screen shot would show an image with a chosen star to measure along with several reference and check stars. When I hit graph I get nothing further. No error messages as the program freezes. After a few minutes
    after closing the image window, the program will sluggishly respond to some commands such as opening a new image. Even after closing and reopening the program, it still responds as if something is still running in the
    background.
     
  4. Colin Haig

    Colin Haig Cyanogen Customer

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    Hmmm... Are you doing multiple images in memory or a bunch on disk? Just the one image?
     

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