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Registax 6 problem

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Hi all. When i try to stack my images in Registax 6,the final image has no colour to it at all.

I capture the frames with Sharpcap (latest version) and a ASI120MC camera. The original picture shows some colour,

but alas, the end result is rather disappointing. Settings were

Debayer Preview=On
Output Format=AVI files (*.avi)
Capture Area=640x480
Colour Space=RAW8
Discard Split Frames=Off
High Speed Mode=On
Turbo USB=68(Auto)
Frame Rate Limit=Maximum
Timestamp Frames=Off
White Bal (B)=53
White Bal (R)=73
Auto Exp Max Gain=50
Auto Exp Max Exp M S=30000
Auto Exp Target Brightness=100
Mono Bin=Off
Apply Flat=None
Subtract Dark=None
#Black Point
Display Black Point=0
#MidTone Point
Display MidTone Point=0.5
#White Point
Display White Point=1

Thanks in advance.




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I have never used sharp capture, so I not sure of the debayer settings. I know in Autostakkert you have to check the debayer boxes.

Have you got colour(debayer) checked in Registax?

Edited by Pete Presland

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Hi.Yes,debayer ticked in Registax. Hoping to get a half decent image of Saturn,before the trees block my view.



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Try running the avi file through PIPP first. This will debayer the video to restore the colour. Registax can debayer the file but getting the correct settings can be a bit hit and miss.

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