Thanks Sander and Pfile. Your thoughts make perfect sense. Now if I can just get some clear skies....
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If you see the documentation already written for other processes such as HistograhTransformation, ColorCalibration, Curves, etc. I think it's clear that the "level" of documentation you saw for DynamicPSF is the "standard" level for PixInsight's official documentation, and not an exception.Rogelio,
The DynamicPSF documentation is a paragon for how documentation for technical software of this type ought be written, and so rarely is. In contradistinction to some competing software with copious documentation; this is actually useful.
... I think this kind of documentation is exactly the kind that befits the level of sophistication and precision I've come to expect from you and your team.
Thank you both! I appreciate all the explanations and it's obvious that I have a ton to learn. By the way, what is the best way to find out which tools are used for linear vs. non-linear images? Is there some kind of reference? Thanks for all your help!
Take in consideration that you must select a preview of the background in the RGB but you must take care of Ha, so do not select a preview where the final image has Ha.
Take in consideration that you must select a preview of the background in the RGB but you must take care of Ha, so do not select a preview where the final image has Ha. If this fail, uncheck color calibration and calibrate manually.