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CoolJWB

DeepSkyStacker Bad Or Noisy Images?

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Hi, I have a problem with DSS. When I stack my images of like Pleaides "M45" I get images with no "stardust" in it.

Is it because im using darks and bios images because when I don't I get pretty good images but verry noisy and bad images. LastTryTwo.TIFLastTryTwo.TIF   

I am wondering do enyone know a solution for this?

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As above but also are you adjusting the luminance, saturation and histogram tabs?

Peter

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when DSS has finished stacking you get the processing screen up showing RGB, luminance,& saturation  firstly link the RGB together and then go to the luminance  & move the midtone slider to 39.2-39.9   you should then end up with a steep curve in your graph , align your RGB with the graph (RGB being at the bottom of the curve,  then go to the Saturation tab & set that to 18.

This should give you a reasonable image for starters, hope this helps

 

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Hi, Im closing this post and I think I might not come back on a while, I have already fixed this but thank you anyway :D

LastTry.TIF

I got this from a 100 picture 1 second exp time, :D

 

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