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cwine

Multiple Nights Stacking - SIRIL

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7 minutes ago, alacant said:

Create an empty folder.

Change the working directory to that folder.

Siril -> Conversion

Hit the '+' button

Select the processed files you want from the first session without the .seq file.

Hit the '+' button

Select the processed files you want from the first session without the .seq file.

Give the sequence a name

hit 'Convert'.

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You now have a sequence loaded with all the frames.

HTH

You are a life saver - I probably seem fairly ignorant towards this stuff, but am super appreciative of the support - makes going into this hobby a lot less daunting! (Presumably I dont check debayer because that will have already occurred during preprocessing)

Thanks again! I'll attach my final image so you can see what all this fuss has been about :D

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17 minutes ago, cwine said:

I probably seem fairly ignorant towards this stuff

Not at all. 

18 minutes ago, cwine said:

I dont check debayer

Correct.

18 minutes ago, cwine said:

my final image

Looking forward.

Cheers

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39 minutes ago, alacant said:

 

My first ever attempt at deep sky astro - criticism is more than welcome - I've so much to learn!

136 mins of lights, f4, 200mm, ISO 800, 60 second subs. Also calibrated with flat, bias and dark frames. I used a Svbony CLS light pollution filter, and a Canon 600D unmodded. (Shot on 2 different nights - 109 and 27 minutes of data respectively)

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39 minutes ago, cwine said:

criticism is more than welcome

No criticism, just a big pat on the back. Crack open the Champagne.

Excellent image.

Advice? Lose the dark frames. Keep the bias and flat frames but instead of the darks (which as you may have noticed introduce more noise). dither between each light frame. Stack with a clipping algorithm.

Result: nice smooth low noise backgrounds.

Cheers

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1 hour ago, alacant said:

No criticism, just a big pat on the back. Crack open the Champagne.

Excellent image.

Advice? Lose the dark frames. Keep the bias and flat frames but instead of the darks (which as you may have noticed introduce more noise). dither between each light frame. Stack with a clipping algorithm.

Result: nice smooth low noise backgrounds.

Cheers

Ah yes perfect - ill certainly look into dithering because I've heard so much about it! Thanks a lot - really appreciate all your help!

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