1. Open the stack window
2. Load the files needed to edit header.
3. Click the left mouse button to select the first file.
4. Hold Shift and left click on the last file (all files should become highlighted)
5. Right-click any highlighted file and select Change Keyword in Selected Files/Enter Keyword and New Value from the pop-up menu.
6. In the first modal window, enter OBJECT and click Ok.
7. in the second modal window, enter the name of the object and click Ok
This way you can edit any header in FITS-file
I use ASTAP
Thank You very much!
Before update it worked on CCD-tab. Using sequence on this tab is more comfortable for me.
I have a similar problem. The object is selected in KStars, the Target field is filled automaticaly with the name of the selected object, but in FITS-file the OBJECT header is Unknown. This behavior begun after compiling and installing newer version of KStars (3.5.8 Stable)
Hmm... It seems to me, I decided this problem. I simply removed ~/.indi/Canon DSLR EOS 500D_config.xml*
Sorry for disturb
cin@debian:~$ gphoto2 --debug --debug-logfile=gphoto.txt --capture-image-and-download ОШИБКА: Невозможно сделать снимок. (ERROR: Unable to take picture.) ОШИБКА: Невозможно сделать снимок. (ERROR: Unable to take picture.)
A few days ago, my Canon camera stopped taking pictures.
There are error messages in indi-logs: [ERROR] Exposure failed to save image... Unspecified error
I changed the USB cable three times, changed the PC. The camera behavior was the same.
If I turn off the "Forced bulb", the camera well works with mirror lock up options and takes pictures, but no more than 30 seconds. If I turn on "Force bulb", camera locks up mirror, but not shut. Also there are warning messages in the indi-logs: [WARNING] Closing Nikon remote serial shutter failed.
But on Win-host with EOS utility the camera works fine.
I don't know what happened, but the camera worked well before. I even took the same camera from a friend, but result is the same.
What can i do yet?
OS: Debian buster
Indilib 1.9.3 bult from sources