I’ve searched on the forums here and found one thread with regards to obtaining Sequence Log information - specifically with regards to the Autofocus tool. I was thinking about running Flats for my most recent imaging (which I ran differently - I had it do Autofocus between Filter changes). The results of that run were amazing, so I’m thinking that despite my filters being parafocal, a little fine tweaking is still best to optimize results. Before I was just Autofocus’ing the Lum filter only. So rather than spend 5-10 minutes doing a focus on filter, I wanted to use the Absolute values.
From my understanding, if I can pull up the log files from this last sequence, I can find whatever the generated focus value for the Lum filter was (ex. 25430) and then look at the other filters (ex. Red: 25330, Blue: 26430, Green: 25230, etc) and then use these absolute values in the Filter Focus settings instead - So for Lum I’d leave it to Autofocus, but for rest it would be (from the examples above): Red: -100, Blue: +1000, Green: -200, etc. So it would Auto-focus the Lum filter, then auto-adjust everything else after that. Since the filters should be linear given any temperature adjustments, the values should align perfectly. If I’m understanding that functionality correctly?
The main question of this thread, however, is how do I find/view those values from the last sequence run? I know there is a log file of it (from threads talking about), but where exactly is that file located? Can I view it somehow directly in SGP? Looks like another clear night tonight, so would love to get it all updated and ready before it gets dark to test it out tonight! Thanks to anyone who can help point me in the right direction and confirm (or correct) my understanding of the Focus setting!