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Offline AstroDude

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PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« on: 2018 April 28 07:55:05 »
Hello , everyone...
i created a 12 Part youtube absolute beginners series video for those who would like to follow a RGB OSC workflow.
This series is by no means perfect , but if your at wits end and need some kind of idea where to start this could be helpful.
here is the link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIXJJqew6rQ&t=470s

Mitch/ Astrodude


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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #1 on: 2018 May 13 18:20:14 »
Very helpful series for beginners. Well done.
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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #2 on: 2018 June 09 08:02:54 »
thank you sir, its by no mean complete or perfect....

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #3 on: 2018 June 19 07:38:09 »
Awesome work bud. You're doing a grand job. It's perfect for anyone who's been trying to figure their way around this mighty software. I've been following you on YouTube since the release and can not wait for your next installments.

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #4 on: 2018 June 23 17:44:07 »
Hello Mitch/Astrodude,

I've just purchased PI after testing it out the past month. Your videos are really well done and are perfect for us Newbies!
Thanks for putting the time and effort into helping others with PI. Because of your videos, the steep learning curve for PI is a little less,

Well done - David

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #5 on: 2018 October 03 00:14:58 »
This series is very helpful. Thanks very much.

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« Reply #6 on: 2018 December 15 15:22:10 »
your welcome.

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #7 on: 2019 December 19 08:27:02 »
Hi Mitch

I used your YouTube videos - successfully - last week.  I went back in to use them again to walk me through another image for processing and I get a screen on YouTube saying "Video unavailable - This video is private".  Have I done something fundamentally wrong with my YouTube settings or are the 12 tutorial videos now offline?  Hoping very much they are still available.

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #8 on: 2019 December 19 09:02:33 »
Getting a "video is private" msg as well.

Looks like his original Youtube site has been renamed to Mitch A and there are only two videos since this series was made.
« Last Edit: 2019 December 19 12:34:38 by Starcruiser »

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #9 on: 2019 December 19 10:38:06 »
Getting a "video is private" msg as well.
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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #10 on: 2019 December 22 14:03:52 »
Still private.  What's up, Astro Dude.  Really enjoyed the first few.  Want to finish the series.
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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #11 on: 2019 December 24 12:36:26 »
I had used these for some data I captured in the spring and was pleased with the outcome.  But I never wrote down the workflow.  I've been sitting on some more data to be processed but don't really have a workflow to follow until Rogelio's book comes out.

Can someone recommend a workflow for mono images?

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #12 on: 2019 December 25 09:52:17 »
I also used Asto_Dudes 12 part tutorial while evaluating PI. I was able to get desent images by following the tutorials and the geneosity of fellow Ap'sers raw data. The support for PI thru the forum, online utube vidios, Astro_Dude Warren book and now  Rogelio's book comjg out soon is beyond any other software I've een for AP. Thanks to everyone at PI, Astro Dude and edryone else who contributes to the success of newbies to the hobby of AP. I'm so glad to purchase PI and all the support that comes with it. It would be cheap at twice the price.

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #13 on: 2019 December 28 23:32:45 »
Hi Mitch,

I found your tutorial on watched the first video which was really good and I saved the shortcut to my favourites. When I went back a couple of days later I got the message that the videos are private and so could not access them. I searched for them again and found the link but the result was the same.

I have just joined the forum and came across your post and I tried the link (copied below) and got the same result?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIXJJqew6rQ&t=470s

I would like to watch the remaining videos :-)

Have the videos been removed?

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Re: PI Absolute beginners 12 Part series on youtube.
« Reply #14 on: 2020 January 14 00:07:50 »
Hello , everyone...
i created a 12 Part youtube absolute beginners series video for those who would like to follow a RGB OSC workflow.
This series is by no means perfect , but if your at wits end and need some kind of idea where to start this could be helpful.
here is the link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIXJJqew6rQ&t=470s

Mitch/ Astrodude

I'm yet to start on this series Mitch, but I have been subbed to your channel for a few weeks and only just realised that this post was for your channel.  I've enjoyed several of your videos so far.  Keep 'em coming.