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Pixinsight forum discussion - Masking in Pixinsight - 9th March


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Hi everyone - here's last nights Zoom discussion on masking in Pixinsight. Next session will be 23rd March @ 7:00pm and will cover Dynamic Background Extraction and Colour calibration. I'll post an invitation on the forum nearer the time. If you want to join the discussion just drop me a DM via the forum for the meeting link

 

cheers

 

Chris

 

 

 

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Derbyshire Dave

I'll put together the information on the Light Vortex noise reduction with masks separately. as promised

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Bit difficult to see on my phone. Looks like DBE did a good job on background extraction but EZ left you with some noise. That could easily be corrected using TGV de noise or Multi Linear Transform with an appropriate mask which would allow you to stretch it a bit more afterwards

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Very basic pixie question -

I have what I think is a decent rendition of Thors in PI but how the beep beeping do you get it into a format for the web without destroying the black and white points?

 

Frustrated of Westwood.

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