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Author Topic: ATIK OSX Drivers - Beta 1 released! (incl Example App too!)  (Read 3714 times)

NickK

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I've released:
* a standalone application that anyone can use - just run to play!
* driver framework set - for the developers!
* source code for the example application (note this is NOT the driver source code)

This is available, as always, over at Stargazer's Lounge:

http://stargazerslounge.com/topic/185210-atik-beta-1-release-candidate-drivers-example-app-release/

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Re: ATIK OSX Drivers - Beta 1 released! (incl Example App too!)
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2013, 08:52:46 am »
I'll be releasing Beta 2 shortly with some of the following:
* Bugfix: All cameras - timing bug introduced with the timing abort was taking the exposure duration as microseconds not milliseconds now fixed.
* Bugfix: Titan - image now post-processes correctly.
* Bufgix: Example app release of images (ARC not dropping all references)
* Feature: Titan auto black-level
* Feature: Guide Port support - including a virtual play pad in the example application.
* Feature: Subsample (where cameras support)
* Feature: Precharge
* Feature: camera status
* Enhancement: legacy connect and disconnect is now threaded.
* Enhancement: Additional internal tidying and optimisation


Next up will be integration with AOSX :D
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Re: ATIK OSX Drivers - Beta 1 released! (incl Example App too!)
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2013, 09:48:04 pm »
So the code changes are complete.. however before I release I want time to go through and perform a full set of tests with the cameras but I will not have time until next week :/
ATIK 383L+, Titan, 16IC, EFW2, OAG | Pentax 105SDP | NEQ6
Author of the ATIK OSX Drivers and AOSX - Astronomy on OSX