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Read here: http://lightvortexastronomy.blogspot.com/2014/04/tutorial-post-processing-technique.html

This latest tutorial of mine explores noise reduction with the extremely effective TGVDenoise tool in PixInsight. Noise reduction algorithms in PixInsight have been officially assessed by the development team and TGVDenoise was found to be spectacular. Though extremely effective, it can be difficult to tame. This tutorial instructs you how to use TGVDenoise to reap its benefits without much hassle.
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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #1 on: 2014 April 23 06:45:27 »
You tutorials are extremely helpful and I really like the format. Thanks.

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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #2 on: 2014 April 23 13:43:19 »
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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #3 on: 2014 April 25 14:06:08 »
I appreciate you time and effort in helping all of us!

How would you add this to your DSLR/OSC workflow?  I suspect to replace ATWT and MMT? or after non linear for further noise reduction? 
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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #4 on: 2014 April 26 07:58:45 »
I appreciate you time and effort in helping all of us!

How would you add this to your DSLR/OSC workflow?  I suspect to replace ATWT and MMT? or after non linear for further noise reduction?

That's no problem at all, I enjoy doing this stuff!

Indeed, using TGVDenoise, I'd simply not use ATWT or MMT at all, either during the linear stage or after stretching. I'd still use ACDNR after stretching however, as you may need to regardless.
- Avalon M-Uno
- Takahashi FSQ-85ED, Altair Astro 8" RC with Astro-Physics CCDT67 Telecompressor
- QSI 660wsg-8, Starlight Xpress Lodestar X2
- Astrodon E-Series Gen2 LRGB 1.25", Astrodon HA, OIII & SII 3nm 1.25"

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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #5 on: 2014 April 27 10:08:37 »
You tutorials are extremely helpful and I really like the format. Thanks.
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I am looking forward to your next tutorial
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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #6 on: 2014 April 29 09:16:23 »
I agree, I like your techniques and tutorials.  Thank you!

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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #7 on: 2014 April 29 14:02:53 »
Do you have any issue with us downloading your tutorials to have on our local computers? If not, can you suggest an easy way to do this?

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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #8 on: 2014 April 30 10:50:53 »
Do you have any issue with us downloading your tutorials to have on our local computers? If not, can you suggest an easy way to do this?

Thanks

I have absolutely no problem with this. As for the method, I'm not 100% sure myself. What I aim to do soon enough though is create PDFs of the tutorials and place them as download links. You could try "printing" the page using a virtual PDF printer, if you don't fancy going through the effort of copy-pasting into the likes of Word, editing and then printing as PDF when tidy (which is what I want to do, hehe).
- Avalon M-Uno
- Takahashi FSQ-85ED, Altair Astro 8" RC with Astro-Physics CCDT67 Telecompressor
- QSI 660wsg-8, Starlight Xpress Lodestar X2
- Astrodon E-Series Gen2 LRGB 1.25", Astrodon HA, OIII & SII 3nm 1.25"

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Re: My Tutorial Guide for Noise Reduction with TGVDenoise
« Reply #9 on: 2014 May 21 16:55:07 »
I love your tutorials and I recommend them to everyone.  Thank you for sharing them with us!