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Offline martin farmer

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Re: Fixing Bad Pixel Columns
« Reply #15 on: 2019 March 23 03:34:49 »
Hello Gerald,

Sorry for the delay in replying to your post.

I understand what you are doing and this is another solution to the problem of correcting bad columns within an image.
I look forward to your video being posted.

Regards
Martin

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Re: Fixing Bad Pixel Columns
« Reply #16 on: 2019 May 01 14:22:14 »
Hello all, very enlightening post. I also have an STX-16803 with, at a minimum, four bad columns (although I think I might actually have six.) I have a favor to ask: can I please also be copied on the link to the video once it's posted? Thanks to everyone in advance, and I just clicked the "notify" button for this post to receive future updates. Thanks, Nick

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Re: Fixing Bad Pixel Columns
« Reply #17 on: 2019 May 06 04:11:35 »
Hi,

I just released some scripts to fix this kind of problems. I hope they will work with your images:

https://pixinsight.com/forum/index.php?topic=13595.0


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Vicent.

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Re: Fixing Bad Pixel Columns
« Reply #18 on: 2019 May 24 01:43:36 »
Hi,

I use a very good script of my friend Laurent Bourgon to repair the dead columns.
You make a bias image to identify dead columns or dead lines and then you indicate the reference of the columns in the script.
Repairing the columns consists of replacing the defective ones with the columns that are nearby.

Excuse my bad English, I send you this script from France.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1rdLW91JHBCb2ZQ1QfnMGl3IyTiUI1bd6?usp=sharing

Jacques