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by Dan Kozub
13.05.2009 09:48
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Helicon is expensive for our hobby
Replies: 3
Views: 3257

Tin,

Yes, this is possible if you give us pemission to use these photos for demo perposes. Please contact us at support at heliconsoft.com for details.
by Dan Kozub
12.05.2009 15:19
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: stack skewed
Replies: 4
Views: 6866

Please install the latest version. This should fix the problem.
by Dan Kozub
12.05.2009 15:15
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Helicon is expensive for our hobby
Replies: 3
Views: 3257

Tin,

There is one year licenses or you can contribute an article for a free license.
by Dan Kozub
07.05.2009 14:15
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Updating Helicon Focus
Replies: 2
Views: 3029

Kerry,

Simply install the program on the new computer and use the same activation code to register the program.
by Dan Kozub
17.04.2009 12:55
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: Photo>Lightroom>Helicon Focus>Lightroom? Best/Your
Replies: 1
Views: 4602

When you save image (Window version of Helicon Focus), you will see "Source folder" in the upper right corner of the Save dialog. Set it ON and you will be switched to the folder with source images.
by Dan Kozub
17.04.2009 12:51
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: First try Horrors
Replies: 1
Views: 3974

David, please provide us with more information. Can you run demo stack (menu\File\Run demo)?
by Dan Kozub
31.03.2009 14:11
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: need help with Dust Map
Replies: 1
Views: 3887

Will,

The dust map was temporary disabled but it is back in the current 4.0.4 version.
by Dan Kozub
31.03.2009 14:10
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: HF and CZM combo a winner
Replies: 4
Views: 6287

Brian,

Thanks for the tip. I will check how the latest version deals with brightness adjustment. Can you upload this stack to our server ? (http://heliconsoft.com/ftp.html)
by Dan Kozub
27.03.2009 11:11
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Process stacks from the top down or bottom up?
Replies: 2
Views: 3279

Steve,

The size of objects changes when you move camera so I would advise to put the nearest image first in the stack.

I do not think there any sense to split stacks. At least theoretically.
by Dan Kozub
25.03.2009 18:19
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: Moving Helicon Focus to another computer
Replies: 6
Views: 5952

No, the same activation code will work fro both machines.
by Dan Kozub
20.03.2009 17:50
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: "Dimensions are not equal"
Replies: 4
Views: 4032

Strange, 20Mpixel images should not cause such problems. We will try to reproduce this error.
by Dan Kozub
20.03.2009 15:29
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: "Dimensions are not equal"
Replies: 4
Views: 4032

This may happen if the images are very large and the program does not have enough memory to open the file. Or there is some other bug.

What is the resolution of the images and how much RAM do you have? 8 or 16 bit? You have XP or Vista?
by Dan Kozub
16.03.2009 16:09
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: MacOSX: Dragging image while in retouching mode?
Replies: 2
Views: 3161

Sorry, no. But you can use arrow keys to pan image.
by Dan Kozub
16.03.2009 14:49
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: stones and Helicon
Replies: 1
Views: 4325

My congratulations! The image is great and the technique you used is quite difficult. I knew it was possible but had never tried it myself. I do not think anyone else used burst mode and camera movement to make such a shot. Well done!