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lock042

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  1. Of course, who does not ;).
  2. On the website, you have documentation, online courses. On youtube you have video tutorial. Just have to make your choice.
  3. The macOS installer is now available !!!
  4. Hello, we are glad and proud to announce that a new version of Siril has just been released and is now available to all users: Siril 0.9.10 Siril 0.9.10 brings its load of new features and improvements. It provides a new comet registration method, astrometry solving, previewing for processing functions, and new commands available for scripts. Windows support has been improved, in particular for special characters in file names. We also have moved to a gitlab source and issue control system to facilitate interaction with users and developers. For Windows users: - An installer is available. It will install the application and useful scripts. For macOS users: - An installer is available. It will install the application and useful scripts. For Linux uers: - Deb packages have been produced - PPA repositories have been updated I will try to update this message as soon I will have some news. Stay tuned !! Cheers,
  5. The new website is : https://www.siril.org ;).
  6. Hello. I really think you should normalize your images during stacking. If not, you will stack images that are not consistent and sigma clipping will give bad results.
  7. Siril is now almost dedicated to short exposure deep sky shoots. It is possible to preprocess, aign and stack directly the SER file. You can have 60000frames with no problem. Moreover, you have many way to do it: - automatic alignment tool with detected stars (could fail using a barlow and with only faint stars) -> align with rotation and translation - one star registration ->align with translation - planetary alignment (could be use ONLY if the two methods failed) ->align with translation
  8. Hello. In siril, median does not apply registration. If you want to align and stack, please use other algorithm. With 4 images the best is mean with percentile clipping rejection.
  9. You can take a look to Siril that is opensource. Then it is now working on Linux, FreeBSD, OS X and Windows. You can process DeepSky and planetary images (and / or videos). Cheers,
  10. Yes you got monochrome CFA pictures. Preprocessing must be done with CFA files. Not with interpolated TIFF files.
  11. Hello. You shoud use Siril color calibration tool on your image. I've quickly done that with your jpg (in fact one never should apply this tool on non-linear image as jpg, but it was for the test). Here the result:
  12. They're a lot of different way. As Siril is opensource you can help us to debug or write new features : https://free-astro.org/bugs/view_all_bug_page.php It is also possible to test and report all bugs encountered. Then, it is also possible to click on the donate button ;). Anyway, as Siril is free and open, every possible ways are very helpful. Cheers, Cyril
  13. Feel free for doing that :). Publicity is a sort of help. Cheers
  14. Sure, but my opinion is that it would be more useful to help us improving Siril than redoing something else from scratch. Of course, this is just my opinion. However, Gimp is very important for the last step in astrophotography process ans should be use for that.
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