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INDI Library v1.7.6 Released. (27 Feb 2019)

First release of 2019 comes with quite a few new drivers across the board along with significant performance improvements to INDI camera and live streaming performance. Many drivers received significant updates to improve performance & stability, while a few were re-written from scratch to be in line with INDI standards. Here are some of the highlights:

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Thought you guys might like this was created by pentaxian23

I video about StellarMate... Just trying to spread the good word. (PS: A lot of people prefer this product ( www.store.shoestringastronomy.com/products_eq.htm ) to the hand controller you see in the video. Personally I prefer to keep the hand controller in my (mobile) setup.)

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Replied by knro on topic Thought you guys might like this

Great work Greg! I'm making this sticky since it's quite useful for new users!
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Replied by rlancaste on topic Thought you guys might like this

Outstanding Video!! It's great to see beginner friendly videos to get people started and demonstrate the power of the software and equipment we have all been working on!!

Thank you very much!
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Thanks guys. I try to demystify things and show how simple it could be :)
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Replied by starman345 on topic Thought you guys might like this

Thanks for taking the time to do this video Greg, well done...hope you do more.
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Replied by anofeles on topic Thought you guys might like this

Thanks a lot, Greg, for the video (one more) you gave us. They are of great help for those who, like me, have our more and our less sometimes with computers, servers... And thanks also to your camera assistant...

Pd. in case someone wants to save some more cable. If you have an "eqmod" cable, it can be connected directly from the mount to the "stellarmate". That way, you don't have to use the hand controller.
Thanks again, Greg. I look forward to the following.
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Replied by pug916 on topic Thought you guys might like this

Hey quick question please, what is the brand of the GPS module you are using in your setup here. That looks like a really interesting addition to an imaging rig.
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Replied by pentaxian23 on topic Thought you guys might like this

The quick answer is I don’t remember but I can look it up.
But I would recommend that you look for one that operates at 9600 Baud or is truly USB - ie. doesn’t have a USB-to-serial converter. That way you will have plug and play.
The one I have is 4800 so I have to configure the gpsd for that. But I’ll check the brand which works nicely so far.
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