raspberrypi.local:444

Failing that, discover the actual IP of the Astroberry and use that instead of raspberrypi.local

The .local address relies on something called multicastDNS or mDNS to work, and not all systems support it.

You can always use netstat to discover what ports are listening on your system, it will be one of those.

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Not sure, but if you install on astroberry then all-sky relocates its services to another port. Accessing it requires putting a colon then the port number after the host name.

Think it is documented somewhere...

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Yeah, that looks really crisp!

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Yeah, thats where I put mine, find the best result are running monochrome with this camera.
Hope to upgrade to the better one (asi178mm?).
But hey, it is an allsky so just a side project for me, for when my latitude doesn't let me do the real nice stuff...

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There is some specific configuration required for the ASI120 cameras.
Issue is that sometimes indi switches from 16-bit to 8-bit, because the camera issued an error during an acquisition (this can also affect your darks, as no suitable darks can be found for 8-bit, if you have your darks in 16-bit).

Look at the settings detailed here:

github.com/aaronwmorris/indi-allsky/wiki...20MC-S-Camera-Issues

This might fix both your issues.

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The ROI (Both SQM and ADU) defines a region of interest for two purposes:

SQM - This is the region where stars are detected and sky quality is calculated.
ADU - This is the region which is used to measure the amount of exposure and to modify the exposure time for future exposures to reach the requested ADU size.

x1,y1 are the co-ordinates of the top-left (with 0,0 being the top-left of the image)
x2,y2 are the co-ordinates of the bottom-right (with 1280,960 on the ASI120MC being the bottom-right of the image).

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You should probably not have any values in the ADU_ROI field, I think if you have 0,0,0,0 set there then you don't have a Region of Interest for ADU calculations.
If you can't remove the zeros then set the following (for the ASI120 1280x960 resolution):
213,160
1067, 800

Day Gain should still be zero really.

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Set daytime gain to 0

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Giles replied to the topic 'DSS Offline HiPS' in the forum. 3 weeks ago

I found the following Table online in this document (page 11): www.ivoa.net/documents/HiPS/20170406/PR-HIPS-1.0-20170406.pdf
First item is the Norder, second is the number of files (or tiles), third item is the angular size of each tile, fourth item is the angular size of each pixel in each tile.
So for example, if you are wishing to use the HiPS for framing, this tells you that Norder5 provides you with 12.88 arc seconds per pixel, which each tile being 1.832 degrees across.
Norder7 has each tile 27.48 arc minutes across, with a pixel size of 3.221 arc seconds.

FYI, Norder8 would be around 78GB in size, with a pixel size of 1.61 arc seconds (it appears to halve as you raise the HiPS order by 1)

0 12 58.63° 6.871'
1 48 29.32° 3.435'
2 192 14.66° 1.718'
3 768 7.329° 51.53”
4 3072 3.665° 25.77”
5 12288 1.832° 12.88”
6 49152 54.97' 6.442”
7 196608 27.48' 3.221”

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Giles replied to the topic 'DSS Offline HiPS' in the forum. 3 weeks ago

It's not freezing on my system, but I'll compare resource usage this weekend, I've only tested on my desktop, which has 64GB ram, might make less resourceful systems start swapping I suppose.

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