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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #15 on: 19:29:07, 22 April, 2006 »
This post is just brill  :D

was watching the video tutorials from the waid site and kept thinking he was going to turn into Cartman when his voice drifted !

still, good stuff  :urock:

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #16 on: 13:16:53, 26 April, 2006 »
Hi,
Hi Nick,
Many thanks to you and everyone who participated in this fantastic lot of information. It will keep me busy for a while to come.
Vince
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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #17 on: 16:13:24, 11 May, 2006 »
Fantastic stuff  :D
Don Waid site is great and he's answered a lot of my questions.

Rich.

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #18 on: 10:46:34, 18 May, 2006 »
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Is there an easy way to save the entire web page for transfer to my obs pc

Just do save page, and choose "complete web page" or whatever they call it.  Sounds logical to me.

:oops: I'm a bit behind on this thread...still never mind!

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #19 on: 23:07:14, 25 May, 2006 »
I Know if you are using IE on an windows Platform you go to the
favorites    menu               
select  "add to Favorites"
Select  "make Available offline"
Select where you want to store the pages from the folder list, then
Select "customize"
Hit next

select "Yes" to whether you want to make linked pages available off line
select how many pages deep you want to go
hit next
Select "only when i choose synchronize from the tools menu"

the next page asks does the site need a password   if it does enter it on this page

Then Hit "Finish"

it should go away and download the web pages and all the links to the other web pages 


TAKE A TIP DON'T GO TO DEEP ON THE PAGE COUNT   you will end up downloading the internet if you are not carefull

Hope it helps

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #20 on: 20:40:35, 16 June, 2006 »
I mentioned it in another thread but it's good to repeat here:

http://pleiades-astrophoto.com/index.html

http://pleiades-astrophoto.com/tutorials/index.html

PixInsightLE and tutorial section from Pleiades Software. Godd visual guide to processing using their image processing software - the LE version is free.
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Image processing guides - another link
« Reply #21 on: 08:46:44, 11 July, 2006 »
Another tutorial from Mike Salway in Aus:-

http://www.iceinspace.com.au/index.php?id=63,306,0,0,1,0
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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #22 on: 18:55:45, 11 July, 2006 »
Nice additions guys  :D
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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #23 on: 08:46:26, 05 August, 2006 »
Thanks Nick :D

That's a really big help.
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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #24 on: 09:34:35, 05 August, 2006 »
Hi.
Found this today. Its a rather large AVI tutorial of how a Hong Kong based astronomer overcomes various problems including locational dificulties.
Its a bit big but very informative.
Enjoy.

http://www.qcuiag-web.co.uk/QCUIAG-2004/Movie/005_Eric_Ng.wmv

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #25 on: 13:05:53, 05 August, 2006 »
cool link wayne...nice 10 mins tutorial  8-)

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #26 on: 12:03:42, 13 August, 2006 »
Hi.
Found this today. Its a rather large AVI tutorial of how a Hong Kong based astronomer overcomes various problems including locational dificulties.
Its a bit big but very informative.
Enjoy.

http://www.qcuiag-web.co.uk/QCUIAG-2004/Movie/005_Eric_Ng.wmv


That was from the QCUIAG 2004 conference.  Don't forget about this year's event in October: http://www.madpc.net/~q2006 :D

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #27 on: 14:00:01, 28 November, 2006 »
Anthony

If you save a web page I think you will find that it saves as an HTML piece and a folder called ***** files. Both need to be copied and I am sure you can see them on any machine, not just the one you downloaded to. If I'm wrong, sorry, I'm no web expert!

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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #28 on: 17:11:27, 15 December, 2006 »
Hi there Folks

The below seems to be a very comprehensive run through for astrophotgraphy in some detail

The rest of th site is good as well some loveley images to look through

http://www.saratogaskies.com/articles/cookbook/index.html

Hope it helps someone


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Re: Image processing guides
« Reply #29 on: 11:28:21, 22 July, 2008 »
Any tutorial for Lunar Image Processing or Planetary Image Processing ?
Looking forward to your replies . . .
:)
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