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Nikolas74

Image Process Multiple Session(nights).....

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I was wondering what is best to do.....we have images from multiple sessions (different nights) and we want to create a single integration (stack) ,,,,,is it better to process each session(night) separate or to throw them all together in the software...

Me , i use APP and Pixinsight ?

What will give us better result.....?

Because my images are shifted from night to night how can i put them all as one ???? in Pixinsight ?and not have this border mark on the side ?..should be in star alignment ? 

 

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If you use APP it allows you do actually do both.  Simply click  the multiple sessions check box before you load all the data in.

Then you can see what it looks like and pick the one you prefer.

 

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I would stack them separately and then use the dynamic crop in PI to align

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