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So in Pixinsight I tried out using WBPP, i put my lights, darks, flats and flat darks through the script and the attach image came out with this white vignetting. I've never used WBPP before so wouldn't know the first place to look in the settings to fix this. I'm gonna hazard a guess and say it's something to do with my flats. I use a redcat and 183 mc pro astro camera.
Any help appreciated.
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I’m hoping a PixInsight guru can help me. I’m a PI beginner, but am having fun learning. My question is about the level of noise in my images. After integrating and performing an STF stretch, the resulting image always looks quite smooth. But it doesn’t take long at all – just a DBE really, maybe then a gentle stretch – for the image to become really noisy. And then a lot of my editing is centred on battling that noise. My camera is an ASI2600MC-Pro, which I cool to -10. For a recent experiment, I gathered 20 hours of data from 120s subs. With that much integration time, and the low-noise camera, I was hoping for lower noise than I actually got. (I am shooting from Bortle 8, however).
So my question is: are my expectations wrong, and actually the amount of noise I have is what’s to be expected? Or, have I messed something up in pre-processing or integration?
In case it’s useful, I ran SCRIPT -> ImageAnalysis -> Noise Evaluation on the image straight out of integration and got the following:
Ch | noise | count(%) | layers |
0 | 2.626e-01 | 18.39 | 4 |
1 | 1.037e-01 | 12.01 | 4 |
2 | 1.636e-01 | 11.10 | 4 |
I’ve also uploaded the file (1.16Gb) for anyone kind enough to help investigate further:
Recently I bought a ZWO ASI178MM for planetary/lunar/deep-sky imaging and last weekend i had clear skies so I was able to capture videos of the moon in two panels. I have already processed the videos in AutoStakkert, I used 3x drizzle because I intend to print the image so now I have two 120MB TIFF images that i would like to combine in a two panel mosaic. I tried doing it in Hugin, a free panorama stitcher but the program crashes due to the file sizes being too large. I have searched for tutorials on using DynamicAlignment in PixInsight but it seems to me that i'll need a reference image to be able to create mosaics in PixInsight. Is there any way to go about this, I feel like this should be a pretty straightforward job but I am not very experienced in PI so I would really appreciate some advice.
I tried using DynamicAlignment as you can see in the attached screenshot but the result was just a cut version of the target image, aligned perfectly to the source image. It would be perfect if it didn't cut off the lower part of the target image.