Read here: http://www.lightvortexastronomy.com/tutorial-pre-processing-calibrating-and-stacking-images-in-pixinsight.html
I have finally been able to finish my pre-processing tutorial for PixInsight
. This tutorial covers EVERYTHING
from start to finish of how to take your raw exposures (bias, darks, flats and lights), produce masters and use them to calibrate your lights, followed by stacking them including using the Drizzle
algorithm to remove pixelation in the final result. The fully manual method is covered in detail. The tutorial also covers use of the BatchPreprocessing
script for anyone interested in it. Additionally, there is a discussion of what to do with multiple sets of data for the same object captured over various nights. Enjoy! [EDIT]:
Screenshots have been updated to display at their full-resolution as captured. It should be much easier to follow this tutorial and my other current
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