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This release is the fifth stability release for the 0.9 branch. Its SVN revision is ''
This release is the fifth stability release for the 0.9 branch. Its SVN revision is '''', but it also has an SVN tag: [https://free-astro.org/svn/siril/tags/0.9.5 0.9.5]. Stability updates and minor improvements occur in the dedicated [https://free-astro.org/svn/siril/branches/0.9 0.9 branch].
Revision as of 00:07, 29 November 2016
Release date: Nov 28, 2016.
This release is the fifth stability release for the 0.9 branch. Its SVN revision is 1646, but it also has an SVN tag: 0.9.5. Stability updates and minor improvements occur in the dedicated 0.9 branch.
- Source package: siril-0.9.5.tar.bz2
- Debian stable: 64 bits soon
- Debian testing: 64 bits soon
- Ubuntu 16.04 / Linux Mint 18.XX:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lock042/siril sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install siril
See the installation page for help on dependencies and compilation.
What's new in Siril 0.9.5
Siril 0.9.5 is mostly a stability release, it contains some bug fixes over to the previous version, 0.9.4 but also adds new features:
- Implement a graph interface to display quality registration information
- Export sequence to MP4
- No X and Y binning value could lead to errors with fwhm
- Retrieve Bayer pattern from RAW file
- Add ComboBox for registration interpolation
- Take reference image as normalisation reference
- Statistics should not take into account black point
- Fixed interpolation in global star registration that gave blurred results
- Fixed FreeBSD intltool compilation fails
- Fixed erroneous created sequence in registration with unselected images
- Fixed compilation that failed on KFreeBSD
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.
Note: support for GIF file export has been dropped in favour of the mp4 or webm film format, which is a more modern way of handling animated image and also compatible with Web browsers.