Quite a long time is spent for Fourier transformation during the final adjustment of frames using a low-cut filter. This is a real waste of time, especially for a big quantity of processing frames. So, you can minimize the waste of time by choosing a right algorithm of Fourier transformation for a specified size of a frame and your computer’s configuration. You can choose an optimal algorithm through a special program init.exe, located in the folder with executable files GetParamFiltr. The size (pixels) of a CCD-frame is an initial setting of the program. Attention! If the work requests use of binning, you have to enter the size (pixels) of a frame that you obtain after binning. After the entry of settings, the program will automatically choose an optimal algorithm for transformation and will save its characteristics in the file initхххх_хххх.tmp. You have to type the size (pixels) of the frame both horizontal and vertical in the name of the present file, instead of х. The obtained file will be stocked in the folder with executable files of the program. When you start the processing, the program will automatically define the size of downloading frames and use an appropriate optimization file. Attention! If the file corresponding to the size of downloading frames is not found, the operation of final adjustment will not be done.
Minimal system’s requirements:
processor: no less than Intel Celeron 2.6 GHz; RAM: no less than 1 GB; video card: no less than ATI Radeon 9600, NVIDIA GeForce FX5600; free space on the hard disk (plus USNO A 2.0 catalogue, place for service files and for some processing files): no less than 8 GB. If you are using catalog USNO B1 with its installation on the hard disk, there should be no less than 50 GB of free space. If size of processing frames exceeds 1528х1528 pixels, we recommend using the processor no less than Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160; RAM: no less than 2 GB.
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