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Lucas_M

GIF 3.5h Jupiter's rotation (130 images)

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This GIF is an animation of 3.5h Jupiter's rotation
There were 130 images for this animation, totaling more than 400 GB of videos and a final average of almost 1.8 million frames (~ 13,838/video).
At the beginning of the night the seeing was not so good, but it improved considerably over the hours. This may include acclimatizing the telescope and reducing heat dissipation from the ground into the atmosphere ....

Many details with good sharpening, including GRS and NEB outbreak.


First image: 2020-08-29 22:45h UT
Last image: 2020-08-30 02:11h UT


Equipment:
C11 "+ PM2x + ASI290mc

2020-08-29-2245_8-LM-L_AS_p30_g4_ap48_conv_R6b_pipp.gif

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Wonderful! Dont think I've ever seen such a long rotation 

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Sheer effort! What's your process to reduce all that ?

Really nice result.

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That's very very nice... Well done indeed. Lots of work I would imagine in that👍

Ed

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On 31/08/2020 at 22:29, CraigT82 said:

Wonderful! Dont think I've ever seen such a long rotation 

Thanks Craig!! 😃

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On 01/09/2020 at 03:45, skybadger said:

Sheer effort! What's your process to reduce all that ?

Really nice result.

Thanks very much!
My workflow is the standard one for planetary imaging.

1. Capture with Firecapture 2.6
2. Stacking in AutoStakkert 3.0
3. Layers sharpening in Registax 6
4. Animation Gif with PIPP

All videos got throught this same processing. In PIPP you are able to choose the "speed" (FPS) of final GIF.
Hope to have answered your question. Let me know if i didn´t.

 

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On 01/09/2020 at 04:38, PaulM said:

wow amazing 

Thanks Paul!!

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On 01/09/2020 at 05:01, maw lod qan said:

Excellent!!

Thanks very much!

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On 01/09/2020 at 05:05, Dustspeakers said:

Superb!

Thanks 😃

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On 01/09/2020 at 05:57, MarkAR said:

Amazing detail.

Thank you, friend!

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On 01/09/2020 at 11:33, skyhog said:

That's very very nice... Well done indeed. Lots of work I would imagine in that👍

Ed

Thanks, Ed!!
Yes, it's a lot of work and needs too much HD free space too! 😅

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On 01/09/2020 at 11:39, callisto said:

Wowzers........:ohmy:

😀 Thanks !!

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On 01/09/2020 at 12:27, lunator said:

Excellent result, well done :)

I appreciate. I'm glad you liked it.

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On 01/09/2020 at 18:16, BRADLEY 1953 said:

 SIMPLY  FANTASTIC !

Thanks very very much!! 😃

 

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1 hour ago, Lucas_M said:

Thanks very much!
My workflow is the standard one for planetary imaging.

1. Capture with Firecapture 2.6
2. Stacking in AutoStakkert 3.0
3. Layers sharpening in Registax 6
4. Animation Gif with PIPP

All videos got throught this same processing. In PIPP you are able to choose the "speed" (FPS) of final GIF.
Hope to have answered your question. Let me know if i didn´t.

 

Thats what I would do for a few , a few hundred I was thinking you might have optimised a pipeline somehow.  

I guess you drop all the vids into AS3 for it to do its stuff overnight. I've moved onto Maxim to do wavelets since R6 is so flaky  (on my laptop) . 

thanks for the answer. 

 

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