I’m testing SGPro 220.127.116.11 with azimutal Meade LX200 and some cheap CCD camera. The positioning is not so good as it should be, the field of view is about 20’x15’ and sometimes the object is on it’s border.
The catalog for plate solving is APM. When I just run PlateSolve 2.28 or 2.29 and import the pre-saved image file it’s solved succesfully using initial coordinates truncated up to minutes for 6-10 iterations when starting parameters FOV is set to 10x10 arcminutes. These options are saved, since they are the same if I run PlateSolve from SGPro profile manager or from the installation directory. When PlateSolve is started by SGPro there are 43x35 arc minutes and I believe THIS is the reason platesolve fails after the limit of 100 iterations (because if I interrupt it, set 10x10 and start again it solves; image is OK I’ve checked it). I already saved 10x10 settings, but seems SGPro forces it’s own values. How to disable it?