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How to Save Your Capture?

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You can save an image of your observations. You’ll then be able to see all your captures in the app gallery.

Note: Your captures are saved in PNG format in the memory of your device (smartphone or tablet), so you can access the images in your device's memory if you want to transfer your images to another device, such as a computer.

Important: The UNISTELLAR application must have permission to access the photos on your device in order to save images.

When you are on the observation page. Tap tap on the capture button to save a capture. It can be done either in Live View or when the Enhanced Vision (Dynamic Signal Amplification) is activated.

 

In the observation page settings, You can activate Automatic backup, which will automatically save a capture when the Enhanced Vision (Dynamic Signal Amplification) is stopped.

You can choose the format in which you want to save your image, either with or without the Unistellar frame, or both.

Note: If you want to get the RAW data of your captures, take a look at our online platform: Unidata Access

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