Author Topic: 2panel mosaic after steve allen tutorial...channel combination fails....  (Read 830 times)

Offline multispeed

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 :'(pls help
i made an 2panel mosaic of m81 m82  ihave used the method from steve allan great sofar... 8)
-all  filters are dynamic cropped and abe.
-all filters same width&height croped (m81 w3169 h2482)  (m82 w3322 h2501)
-the full size widht&height image of the "register union mosaic" in staralignment varys from filter to filter? why? the initial croped frames are the same w&h
-the gradient merge tool with selected registered parts of the filter came also in 64bit as standard not 32 floating point...can i change this?  save them as 32bit..but also no luck with channel combination...
-if i try channel combination or lrgb combi.  i get error
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J:/Astronomie/G2 8300/m81m82 mosaic_2/MergeMosaic_lum.xisf
Loading image: w=6309 h=2521 n=1 Gray Float32
J:/Astronomie/G2 8300/m81m82 mosaic_2/MergeMosaic_red.xisf
Loading image: w=6315 h=2513 n=1 Gray Float32

LRGBCombination: Global context
*** Error: LRGBCombination: Incompatible source image geometry: MergeMosaic_lum1
<* failed *>

so what is my fault or the trick to combine this merged mosaic images...
if i can get this not to go, then my started m31 8panel mosaic is lost.. :'(
hope u understand my english....if needed i zip the files to dropbox...

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Hello i think i'm an step further...
- i register alll the merged mosaics against one(lum) now it looks better in terms of mtching but gradient is terrible ;)
-when i use dna linear fit? befor i register the individual filter against to create full size width height panel...or befor use the gradient merge tool with registered panels?

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« Last Edit: 2016 June 12 01:45:09 by multispeed »
cs
Werner
EQ8, SW 12" f/5 PDS, G2-8300, 36mm Baader LRGB Ha OIII SII, USB Focus Heavy
EQ5 Skyscan, SW 8" f/5 PDS, 1000Da, 600Da,
Sw 6" f/5