What is ADPA?
ADPA is a set of various software for astronomy, the first project is HSPI: a parallel and multiple instrumentation capturer.
The ADPA suite is composed by these software: PSDI and HSPI.
PSDI uses a new concept for photometry: it opens as input a sequence of frames and traces patterns that indicate light variations generated by the various images.
HSPI is a software that opens local files, local and remote cameras and saves or edits their frames. It can control multiple mountings and observatory instrumentation.
Who is ADPA for?
ADPA is for any astronomy passionate.
Is ADPA Open Source?
No, but plugins yes.
I downloaded an ADPA software, but I can’t use it, how can I do?
Open a support ticket here https://www.adpasuite.com/support/index.php, we’ll reply as soon as we can.
Which image file format are supported by an ADPA software?
The supported formats are JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, SER and FIT: the FIT images saved by an ADPA software are compatible with programs like MaximDL™ and in RGB 16bit per channel format (three mono frames with 16bits pixel depth each stored in a single file)
How can I write a plugin for an ADPA software?
You can use MonoDevelop, or Xamarin Studio to develop your custom plugin.