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Can you reuse a set of stacked data and pare out frames?


(@paul-from-northern-mi)
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I took shorter single frame exposures of Neowise but can see that the total time widened the lead of the comet in integration.  I would like to only use half the data in my stack up.

Is there a method that I could use that would remove the frames I don't want so I could re-integrate the data that I want to keep?

Would this be as simple as deleting the existing integration image, unchecking the boxes of the lights that I don't want and re-integrating the frames I want to keep or would there be other steps involved?


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(@vincent-mod)
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No, that would be the way to do that indeed. You might also want to just clear the list and reload the data with the frames you want.


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(@paul-from-northern-mi)
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Vincent:  Thank you, there are times when I end up with some undesirable frames in the stack up.

1 question associated with your reply.  When you suggest clearing out all the frames out and reloading only the data that is needed does that require the saving of calibrated frames?

 


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No, what I mean there is simply that if you know which frames can be removed, that you just load in the good ones straight away for instance. But it may be easier to do it the way you want.


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