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2023-01-19: APP 2.0.0-beta13 has been released !

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Working with different Algorithms on 0) Raw/Fits tab


(@glennbloke)
Hydrogen Atom Customer
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 1
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Hi,

I use 2 filters mainly with my 183C Protec. Skytech L pro Max and Altair Quadband. I have taken some subs of the wizard nebula using both filters over a couple of nights. Normally I would use Adaptive Airy Disc with L Pro subs and Ha-Oiii color for the quadband subs. What I was wondering is can I add both of theses sets of subs into the same integration using the multi session processing tab? Or do I have to run them separately and add them together at the end using the combine RGB tool? 

Would just like to say I am loving Astropixelprocessor and am looking forward to updates and any additions you add, great work.

 

Glenn


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(@ippiu)
Red Giant Customer
Joined: 4 years ago
Posts: 138
 

Hi @glennbloke.

I was in your same situations months ago, when i wanted to blend some L-Pro filter images with L-Enhance ones.

I couldn't find any better way except this one:

https://www.astropixelprocessor.com/community/tutorials-workflows/combining-r-g-b-with-ha-oiii-data-using-an-optolong-l-enhance-filter/

But in the future, if we can have a quicker and reliable method, as we'd like, it would be a wonderful approcah.

Waiting for a more exhaustive answer from @vincent-mod and/or @mabula-admin...


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(@vincent-mod)
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Joined: 6 years ago
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The problem is that you can't normalize narrow-band data with broadband data. So that workflow you linked to is a good way to do it. Ofcourse we will work on making this more clear and easier as well.


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