I’m hoping someone may be able to point me in the right direction - I appreciate my experience is obviously limited! Been imaging (using ‘another’ well-known software!) for couple of years but new to Voyager.
I downloaded the demo version of Voyager in October, but poor weather in UK means I’ve been unable to use it in earnest until the last few (reasonably clear) nights … In the meantime, I’ve been experimenting with creating basic ‘On The Fly’ sequences, etc. and have pretty much got it figured out I think.
However, in the two imaging runs I’ve done, on both occasions the sequence started off perfectly as expected but then after some time suddenly ‘halted’ mid-flow for no obvious reason I can see - it had just successfully completed around 30 or so exposures over several filter slots, then abruptly stopped, displaying a ‘Halt Sequence’ message in the monitor.
I’m sure it could well be a setting somewhere I’ve got wrong, but any thoughts from you more experienced bods as to where I might start to look to find out what caused this? It’s now happened on two consecutive nights, two instances on each night. After each occurrence I amended to sequence to remove the subs already collected, re-started the (amended) sequence and imaging continued happily … until the second error about the same length of time (number of subs) later.
I’ve had a look in the logs but there seems to be no obvious reference to anything being amiss immediately prior to this halt instruction …
I don’t have any weather or safety monitors in use, so not sure what could otherwise cause this ‘Halt’ error out of the blue.
Any ideas where to start Guys?