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Old 07-01-2016, 04:28 PM
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Is my copy of AA5 faulty?

A quick question for AA5 users.

In pre-processing where we can select the stack method , I tried to select Sigma Average or Sigma Add, but in the status window, all I get when stacking is Median/Sigma.

Not sure if my copy has a bug and needs re-installing or I missed out on installing a patch.

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Old 07-01-2016, 05:10 PM
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Bill,
I have the same screen and I have the latest service pack 3, SC2 update to AA5.
What do you actually see after the stacking??
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Thanks for the reply Ken, I was trying to compare a median stack to a Sigma average stack.

This was after reading Roger Clarks' ( Clarkvision) website where he proves a Sigma average stack brings out more faint detail than a median stack.

But my results appear to be identical and I think all I'm getting is a median stack each time.

Its not a big issue, I was just curious to see if my AA5 was faulty.

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