Hi- Ian,In general these issues are resolved by the support team. In this case, they will look into the OpticStudio license and all of the files are checked for errors before the release of the 20.0.0 version. All of the older issues from releases prior to the 21.0.0 version are closed, once the license key is granted and the warranty period has expired. If the issue that you are having is not with the OpticStudio license or not with the files we are checking for the release you are requesting, we ask that you contact technical support with your findings. You will have to send your design with a copy of the OpticStudio version you are using along with the problem you are having, and the output files to firstname.lastname@example.org to be reviewed by the support team.
Thank you for your help,we checked the OpticStudio version you sent, the license key was OK, but there is a problem with the version, we are looking at it and you are right when you are saying that it is necessary to report to the authorities.In the meantime, the link for the 20.0.0 version should work
Thank you.I have my OpticStudio license. When I am going to run it, the message is displayed, I tried many times, but even when the RAM size is 128GB and my computer has 16 gb, the same message is displayed. The message display is the same as below:
Hi Chanka,In ZEMAX 16.0.30 OpticStudio can work with Zernike polynomials. It only takes some filters to remove the pupil area and the tails of the PSF. In ZEMAX 15.0.40 OpticStudio can work with Zernike polynomials. It only takes some filters to remove the pupil area and the tails of the PSF. I am sorry, I did not see that, but thank you.
As a general note, OpticStudio is very efficient and does not seem to occupy very much of the system's RAM. However, the BDH software we got from you has memory usage problems. So I turned off all the Optimization tools in OpticStudio. When I run the \"Optimize\" command on a movie file in OpticStudio, the system asks for more RAM. ZEMAX license seems to indicate that it requires 2 GB of RAM in order to use that function, and my computer only has only 1 GB of RAM. 7211a4ac4a