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M51 Processing Flow

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In this tutorial Bernard Miller demonstrates how to process M51 from A to Z
SPECIFICATIONS
Tutor .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Bernard Miller
Parts .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 videos
Duration .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2h 10m
Category .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Master Class
Tier .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Standard
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PART 1
Calibration, registration and integration
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Calibration, registration and integration
PART 1
Calibration, registration and integration
33 minutes
Mure denoise
PART 2
Mure denoise
9 minutes
Deconvolution
PART 3
Deconvolution
21 minutes
Histogram tgvdn L
PART 4
Histogram tgvdn L
13 minutes
RGB combine, calibration, final RGB
PART 5
RGB combine, calibration, final RGB
27 minutes
Photoshop processing
PART 6
Photoshop processing
27 minutes
PART 1

Calibration, registration and integration

Comments

In part 1, you apply CosmeticCorrection on registered frames. In the CC settings there is column numbers but if frames are registered, the column are no longer at the same location (nor in same direction). Am I missing something ?

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Robert. The column is always the same. It is a physical defect so column X is always defective. It may fall on a different part of the picture, but it is always the same column. Does this make sense? Also, when I did this tutorial, WBPP did not allow you to load CC for different binnings. This has since been updated so now if you have different binnings, it lets you load a CC for each binning.

Hello Bernard, thank you for you quick answer. I agree that columns are always at the same position on every Calibrated images but once Registered, each image is shifted and/or rotated (the worst is after a meridian flip) so if cc tries to remove for example column x on an image that was rotated by registration, it cannot succeed. Or maybe, cc takes registration data into account ?
Anyway, thank you very much for your tutorials where I learned a lot.