Audela is a free and open source astronomy software intended for digital observations (CCD cameras, Webcams, etc.). Its concept is entirely new, because whilst it features advanced image processing and acquisition functions like existing software, its originality lies in the fact that it is entirely reprogrammable using simple scripts. It has been written for both Windows and Linux platforms and can control many telescope mounts and cameras or DSLRs.
- Audela is fully customizable. You can even customize its main interface.
- Audela enables not only camera control, but also full telescope control, locally or at long distance via a network.
- Audela has been especially conceived to meet the needs of the amateur astronomer, from beginner to advanced observer.
- Available in 6 languages: French, English, Spanish, Italian, German and Danish.
- See AudeLA features
To get help or to if you saw some bugs. But many amateur astronomers contribute to Audela development by creating new functions and scripts. Join the Audeladev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org.
All releases available on Download page
Last Audela stable release is available from Sourceforge. This is the latest version of AudeLA that uses TCL 8.5 ( The next release will use TCL 8.6).
Audela 2.0.0 is available! Just click on Download then select the file for your system and downloading will start automatically. You can also read the description for the new features. And feel free to report bugs, or suggest enhancements on the Forum or with the mail list <AudelaDev>
For installing Audela, go to Audela installation .
To run Audela without errors, accents and spaces in directories names and files names are avoided.
Sbig camera are managed with Audela under GNU/Linux. Follow instructions here.