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General / Re: NBRGB Problem 1.8.7
« on: 2019 October 25 06:04:19 »
With master you mean linear images. Well, my script needs linear rgb and nb images. A starmask is optional.

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General / Re: NBRGB Problem 1.8.7
« on: 2019 October 25 05:52:48 »
Steve,

I recently posted the latest updates to my scripts handling narrowband integration. Please see EmissionLineIntegration from http://www.skypixels.at/pixinsight_scripts.html

Hartmut

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Pls see below news about my CS scripts

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General / Re: Unable to Download Repository
« on: 2019 October 13 06:28:00 »
That's really confusing. When I open that page, I see .at.

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General / Re: Unable to Download Repository
« on: 2019 October 12 12:17:01 »
Please change .com to .at as written on the web page

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Image Processing Challenges / Re: North American
« on: 2019 October 07 23:47:17 »
The narrowband image must be freed from unwanted continuum radiation. I've written scripts to do this. Pls see my latest updates and check out EmissionLineIntegration.js first:

https://pixinsight.com/forum/index.php?topic=13981.0

Hartmut

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New Scripts and Modules / Continuum subtraction, two updates
« on: 2019 September 23 10:11:41 »
Two scripts with my method of continuum subtraction have been updated.

1. CS.js

Subtracts the continuum from a narrowband image (1 channel) and returns a new view. One can then add the reduced view with any amplification to the appropriate broadband channel using PixelMath: $T + reducedView * amplification

Stored in my repository and here: http://www.skypixels.at/HVB_Repository/Z/CS.zip

2. EmissionLineIntegration.js

Adds up to 3 narrowband channels to a RGB image. If more than 3 narrowband images belong to the image, use CS.js instead.

Stored in my repository and here: https://www.skypixels.at/HVB_Repository/Z/EmissionLineIntegration.zip

Hartmut

 

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Yes, scripting gives us C++ errors but not the benefits of this language. Shoul I despair, I let you know  ;)

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Well, I've seen C0000005 recently, when I experimented with new scripts. WriteJPEG should not produce such an error after years of use. For stretched images use SaveAs instead.


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Mike,

my proposal in a very short form:

0. Generate a good starmask, take MaskGen.js

1. Apply little convolution to the mask

2. Subtract continuum (R) from Halpha with CS.js

(use the mask)

this will create the emission line image Ie

3. Add the emission line image to the R-channel with PixelMath

$T + Ie * f * ~mask

Start with f = 1, modify, if necessary

4. Continue with AdvSharpening.js, Morph... Etc.

Scripts are available here

http://www.skypixels.at/pixinsight_scripts.html

Regards

Hartmut

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Tutorials and Processing Examples / Re: MaskGen script
« on: 2019 July 04 00:11:51 »
Hi Steve,

I've found this topic a few minutes ago.

As Andres wrote, the astrometry was "re-invented" with the latest updates of PixInsight. The new methods exposed with ImageWindow object are today, what I was looking for since long. Thanks to Andres and the team.

In some cases, distortion can be a problem. When you see star centers not matching the mask, tweek your ImageSolver with higher magnitudes (i.e 14..17). This takes more time but should give you better results.

If you have doubts on non-masked stars, please verify the positions with Simbad and send me the coordinates.

Regards

Hartmut

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General / Re: MaskGen
« on: 2019 June 21 14:43:33 »
 Sorry, this kind of errors is beyond my scope. I do not want to rule out that the error lies in the method getPixels, which could be replaced by getSamples. Before doing so, I will try to find out the difference.

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General / Re: MaskGen
« on: 2019 June 19 23:42:51 »
Thanks all for comments on my latest work and thank you Juan for your invitation. I followed the link and joined GitLab. At next, I need some further guidance there.

Hartmut


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General / MaskGen
« on: 2019 June 17 23:59:01 »
Visitors of Herbert's wonderful www.skypixels.at know my new mask generator MaskGen. This tool needs an astrometric distortion corrected solution. One can create masks with variable diameter for stars up to mag 21.

Hartmut

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