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workflow processing (images already calibrated)


(@opeitrequin)
Brown Dwarf Customer
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 9
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Hi,

I'm new to APP and I'm looking for a workflow processing L,R,G,B, Ha, OIII, SII calibrated images from iTelescope (Images already calibratedi

Thank you

Oliver


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(@wvreeven)
Galaxy Customer
Joined: 4 years ago
Posts: 2090
 

@opeitrequin Hi Oliver,

In tab 1, set the working directory and then add the lights. Make sure to assign them to the correct filters. Then go to tab 6 and click the integrate button. That will get you 7 integration results: one for L,R,G,B, Ha, OIII and SII each. Depending on the light pollution in the images, you can remove that with the remove light pollution tool. Otherwise you can combine them in the combine RGB tool.

HTH, Wouter


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(@opeitrequin)
Brown Dwarf Customer
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 9
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Hi Wouter,

Thank you very much.

If I have read what is said in the forum correctly, each integration must be processed by the light pollution tool. Is this correct?
Is it the same process for the Calibrate star colors and star reducer tools, or are these applied to the assembled image in the RGB tool combine ?

Oliver


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(@wvreeven)
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Joined: 4 years ago
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@opeitrequin Hi Oliver,

Whether or not you need to process a file with reduce light pollution depends on whether there is any light pollution in the image. Just process the data and have a look. Then you can decide.

The calibrate star colors tool is intended to be used to get more realistic colors in your image. Note that this tool only works on RGB images, not on mono images. And it only works well on full bandwidth RGB images and not on Hubble palette or HOO images.

The star reducer tool is used to make stars in your image smaller so the nebulae and background get visible better.

HTH, Wouter


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(@opeitrequin)
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OK, thank's


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