It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of Siril version 0.9.11:
Downloadable here https://www.siril.org/download/
. we know that this version was eagerly awaited, thanks in part to some of these new features.
This is a version that has been extensively tested as well as the beta tester community compiling the program has grown. We would like to thank you very much for reporting many bugs that we were able to fix in time.
As for the many new features, here is the list:
Color calibration by photometry.
This is perhaps the most expected tool of this new version. It allows the user, from simple data, to recover a realistic colorimetry of his RGB image.New tool for filtering images during stacking.
Indeed, it is now possible to filter and cross-reference the filters in order to obtain a quality dataset. This is very useful in the case of fast deep sky where the number of images can sometimes be as high as 100,000.
New gradient extraction tool.
Although already existing, this tool has been completely redesigned and recoded for better use. It is now very easy to handle and free of any superfluous items. Moreover, it is now possible and widely recommended to use it on linear images before stretching the histogram and especially before using photometric calibration!
A new dark theme and a new set of icons have been integrated into Siril.
The dark mode is activated in the settings.Added drag and drop in the conversion window.
Improvement of the selection tool. Possibility to export and delete Siril's console logs.
A significant effort has been made in memory optimization and management as well.
Siril can normally operate on low-performance machines without freezing the system.
Speed optimization!!! (
Fixed a lot of bugs!!!
It should also be noted that the scripts have evolved following the implementation of new options in the commands: they are in version 1.5.
As usual, we will gradually make the packages available for the different systems. So please be patient if your package is not yet available