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  1. Glad 3.1.16 worked. If you run with admin privileges, does 3.1.17 work?
  2. This looks like you don;t have permission to write into the registry. Try 3.1.16. If 3.1.16 works then it confirms that you don;t have permission to write to the registry. You'll need to firgure out why you don't have permission. Are you on a work/school network? Keep us posted.
  3. I heard about the EOS RA rumors too. I'm not sure about the specification, there is nothing about a temperature sensor... but there is no generic documentation on temperature sensor for other models as well. The EOS-R and RP creates CR3 image format instead of CR2. I'm not sure of this is a file specification. I guess we will know when a user of a full DSLR with CR3 image file reports if there is a temperature reading in the exif data or not. Another cause could be (and I'm just guessing here) that exiftool is not fully able to read the exifmeta data and is missing some headers. Regards,
  4. It's the same for the EOS-R unfortunately.
  5. I just finished uploaded RC9 in the download pre-release section with BULB dial mode properly registered for the EOS-RP. https://www.otelescope.com/files/category/24-pre-releases/ Please try it and report your findings here. Thank you.
  6. Nothing changed between RC7 and RC8 for the EOS-RP. I will register the "B" dial in BYE and that should do it for bulb images. I'll try to upload a new version later today in the pre-release section. Regards,
  7. Does the EOS-RP has a separate dial mode "B" for bulb? The EOS-R did not (it uses M for bulb). If it does have a B Dial mode then I need to registered it as such. Please confirm and I'll make the changes and upload a new RC for you to test. Regards,
  8. It's has already been uploaded in the download pre-release section. Download the latest pre-release and it should work.
  9. admin

    USB hub

    Does you laptop have usb ports on both sides? If there is, it is very likely that usb ports on each side have separate host usb bus inside your computer. Make sure you don't connect both cameras on the same side, that will help as well. Regards,
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    USB hub

    BYN doesn't care if you use a hub or not; but the Nikon SDK might. The key is the amount of data being transferred and any given time. If you plug your camera in a hub along with other devices that are data hungry, the usb host may get saturated with data and this is where things start to go downhill... the Nikon SDK will see this as a camera disconnect since it's expecting instant communication and it's being delayed by the over saturated hub. Separate your cables and use a hub only for a few low data items. The DSUSB cable is a good candidate for a hub, your handset too. Regards,
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    I got your email but there was no log file attached. Please resend with the logfile attached. To answer your question in the email, yes you need to take an initial picture before you can apply a mask. A mask displays a semi transparent image on top on the current displayed image. Regards,
  12. Chris had to put this on the back burner last year. The company he works for was purchased by another company and his work load almost doubled since. All is not lost. Take a look at this thread. Someone has created an ASCOM driver for BYE/BYN. Regards
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    Okay, send me the log file and I'll take a look.
  14. Sure, I just archived your first trial key. Go ahead and add it again in your cart for a 2nd 30-day trial. Regards,
  15. Sure, I just archived your first trial key. Go ahead and add it again in your cart for a 2nd 30-day trial. Regards,
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    Can you please provide the full version number? Saying latest version is not sufficient as I found in a lot of cases when people say this they don't actually have the latest version. Does it do this for only one image and all images that you try to load? Also, when you drag that same image (from Windows Explorer) into BYE's image area, does it load? Regards,
  17. As per the instructions on the download page you need to add it in your cart and proceed to checkout to get a software key. This is the only method the activation server can create a key.
  18. I just uploaded RC8 with the M50 support in the pre-release section.
  19. Link to upgrade instruction is on the website page footer.
  20. Thank you, I'll look into those items one by one.
  21. wow, thank you. I'll try to apply most changes you indicated in the next release. Danke
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    EOS-M support

    M50 is working with RC7 as per user report below.
  23. Awesome. Another mirrorless supported. I'm quite stoked at Canon for finally letting BULB over USB for their mirrorless cameras. So far the Canon mirrorless EOR R, EOS RP, EOS M6 MkII, and EOS M50 are working Thank you.
  24. Yeah, another one done Thank you.
  25. Any news on this? Anyone with a Canon EOS RP that can try the latest pre-release and confirm (or not) that it is working? Thank you
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