Any samples you set, are stored in the StarTools.log file and can be restored using the 'LoadPSFs' button.
In the StarTools.log file, you should find entries like these;
PSF samples used (8 PSF sample locations, BASE64 encoded)
If you wish to restore the samples used, put the BASE64 string (starting with VFM... in the example) in a text file. Simply load the the file using the 'LoadPSFs' button.
And all this is just what Tracking does for the deconvolution module.
It is robust in the presence of severe noise, as well as natural singularities (e.g. over-exposed star cores) in the dataset.
The Bin module puts you in control over the trade-off between resolution, resolved detail and noise.
When multiple star samples are provided, the SVDecon module will operate in the most advanced way.
All light in your image is spread according to a Point Spread Function (PSF), not just the stars.
You can convert everything you see to a format you find convenient. Give it a try!