The Mercury Transit as seen from Las Vegas, NV. USA

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Re: The Mercury Transit as seen from Las Vegas, NV. USA

Postby SiriusDoggy » Sat Nov 16, 2019 3:56 am

AstroChris wrote:Cool than you for that description!

Q: is that auto script in Autostakkert also available in Autostakkert2! ? If so: where? I really could use it for moon mosaics ;D
I took 75 pieces of the moon and the follow up process was quite... Annoying ;)


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I believe it is available in AS2. If not, just search around for AS3 and use it, they are both free downloads.
It's not very obvious, YOu open AS3 then tell it to open your file. In the next window instead of selecting one clip, you select all of them. You'll then do all the processing on the first clip and it will automatically apply the same settings to the remaining clips.

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Re: The Mercury Transit as seen from Las Vegas, NV. USA

Postby AstroChris » Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:23 am

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