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Registax 5 tutorial?


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  • 4 months later...

I'm not having any luck with the Limit function. I drag the slider to the right - about half way - expecting only half the frames to be used. However, I am getting all the frames included.

Clearly I'm doing something wrong. Anybody have any clues?

Thanks,

Dave

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  • 9 months later...
Somebody posted this link previously, I found it useful as a beginner;

RegiStax- Bob Pilz article

Glad someone can get this link to work.

I can't.

In fact this whole webcam imaging business has been one frustration after another.

NOTHING WORKS

THINGS DONT DOWNLOAD

EVEN IF THEY DO THEY DONT INSTALL.

I have tried 2 computers 2 different operating systems.

WHY IS EVERYTHING SO RIDICULOUSLY HARD:mad::)?

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I think someone has broken the interwebs. I can't get that page at the moment either.

I've not had any major software problems though. In fact the trickiest bit has been getting the scope really well focused.

James

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Hi All, I've been going through the same tutorial but from some reason I always end up with a blurred result.

I cant figure out what I'm doing wrong, does anyone have any ideas?

I start off using the values mentioned in the tutorial, although my input is 500 frames from an AVI clip (screenshot 1), then proceed with the stack / limit tab (screenshot 2) then the result is the dismal screenshot 3.

Thanks for the help!

Zak

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