Frequently Aksed Questions

01. FAQ Main Screen

This automatic fills in the correct image but also lets you select other files.
Select the Red image or Sii for narrow band image.
This automatic fills in the correct image but also lets you select other files.
Select the Green image or Ha for narrow band image.
This automatic fills in the correct image but also lets you select other files.
Select the Blue image or Oiii for narrow band image.
This automatic fills in the correct image but also lets you select other files.
Select the DSLR image or Light for narrow band image.
You can leave blank for Narrow Band images.
This value is the number of pixel to trim of the each edge.
This lets you reduce light glow from the background light that and be done up to 5 times if lots of glow.
Move the slider to the right if the whole image is noisy.
Move the slider to the right if the colours are noisy.

02. Hubble Pallet

B1 Removes pink stars and applies a green mask for mixing the green level in Colour curves menu. Click the circle to preview your image. And press square to apply.
B2 Converts greeny blue nebula to blue and applies a cyan mask for mixing the blue level in Colour curves menu. Click the circle to preview your image. And press square to apply.
B3 Highlights yellow nebula and applies a yellow mask for highliting the yellow level in Colour curves menu. Click the circle to preview your image. And press square to apply.
Run A1 Script first, then run script B1, B2, B3, Then run the final script E1
DO NOT RUN Cygnus Loop Pallet.

03. Cygnus Loop

If imaging Cygnus Loop you can just image Ha and Oiii filters and AutoScript will sort out the image and pallet.
If running Cygnus Loop pallet you don't need to use Hubble Pallet scripts.

04. RGB images

When image has too much green open colour curve menu and select G, then lower the curve on the graph. Press the Circle to preview the colour. Once happy with colour press Square to apply.

05. DSLR Images

For DSLR colour images run A1 Script to reduce noise and split colour channels. Then run RGB pallet to mix pallet. After this rim E1 final script.
When image has too much green open colour curve menu and select G, then lower the curve on the graph. Press the Circle to preview the colour. Once happy with colour press Square to apply.

06. System requirments

The scripts run on Pixinsight with 4gig of memory.

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