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This is a de-rotated image from the three videos used to make up my Jupiter rotation animation from earlier. The three stacked images from the videos were measured and derotated in WinJupos and stacked. This new de-rotated image had additional wavelets done in RS6 and final processing including a sharpened base layer and a top layer at 80% fill with a Gaussian blur attached. The original videos were 1000 frames; recorded in EZPlanetary, centred and cropped in PIPP, stacked in Autostakkert2, wavelets in RS6 and final processing in PS CS4 Extended. Equipment: C9.25, CGEM, RA 2.5x telextender, Zwo ADC, Neodymium filter, QHY5LIIc
Hi all, I have been spending the last couple of weeks trying out Winjupos for de-rotating and combing my RGB images (thanks Neil). The data looked reasonable from the 19th, so I have played the most. Below are the 3 RGB channels and the combined image. The RGB's were 150 second SER files, stacked in A/S2, wavelets in Reg6, then to Winjupos for measurement and combining. I have done no processing after combining. Still can not help thinking there is much more detail to be got out of the data though. red channel green channel blue channel RGB combined in WINJUPOS
It seems it is possible to load a long video into winjupos, say 10 minutes of Jupiter, and it does something to the video before the user then stacks the video in AS!2. What does it do to the video to allow the stacking software to then use any frames it want from the 10 minute file to produce a sharp, “derotated” image? I can see how winjupos handles pre-stacked inages, wrapping and overlapping them around a globe of the planet, but unsure what it does with video. Thanks for any clarification. James