If you know that a particular pixel or area in your image is supposed to be a shade of neutral white or gray, simply clicking on it is sufficient to let StarTools compute the right Red, Green and Blue bias settings to make that pixel appear neutral. This technique is particularly useful if you have a star of spectral type G2V (sun-like) in your image. The reasoning is that the sun is the perfect daylight white reference, and so any similar star elsewhere in the galaxy should be too.
You can convert everything you see to a format you find convenient. Give it a try!