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Siril 0.9.4

Release date: ..., 2016.

This release is the fourth stability release for the 0.9 branch. Its SVN revision is ...., but it also has an SVN tag: 0.9.4. Stability updates and minor improvements occur in the dedicated 0.9 branch.


See the installation page for help on dependencies and compilation.

What's new in Siril 0.9.4

Siril 0.9.4 is a stability release: it contains a few critical bug fixes over to the previous version, 0.9.3 ans some new features:

  • Issues with SER in generic processing function
  • Unable to open FITS when filename has parenthesis
  • Selecting new images doesn't update the number of selected images
  • Histogram sliders lag on OS-X
  • Histogram: add an option for logarithm scale
  • Message "Error in highest quality accepted for sequence processing....." during stack of %, even if quality data are computed
  • Read and write SER timestamps in trailer
  • Resize exported sequence
  • Global star alignment does not work with angle close to 180deg
  • Cannot undo cosmetic correction
  • Crash in peaker function
  • Aborting global star registration leads to wrong summary
  • Sequence list is unreadable with dark GTK theme
  • Update of the list of images

  • Use siril.desktop in archlinux
  • Internationalization of Siril
  • Commands for arithmetic operations with immediate values instead of files
  • Sequence export to SER with unselected images fails
  • Added support for avi output
  • Allowing users to make a selection for global star registration
  • Read commands from a file
  • Option to follow star in registration

Note: support for films such as AVI has been dropped and many functions of Siril will not work for them, in favour of the SER format. This version of Siril provides a way to convert films into SER sequences, on which all Siril processing functions are supported.