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Notes for installing / testing exposit - early-beta-0.03 at this stage exposit can - take a list of jpg to be processed (from the command line only) - take a reference jpg for correcting fall-off (or related aberations) (command-line only) - propose an initial noise-cut and gain in order to reveal nebulous objects on the first frame (interactive) - display - the intermediate resulting stack with current cut-off and gain proposition - the current frame with same cut-off and gain (corrected in regard of dynamic) - a customizable zoom on some part of the intermediate stack - the orginal last frame (without gain or cut-off) - use the first frame as a stacking reference for the following frames - find some vectorial correlation and apply a rapid translation+rotation on each frame according to the reference frame - try within a set of rotation/translation shift which combination gives the supposely best result at aligning each following frames - offer a rough noise level-cutoff and gain adjustment before saving to a png - quit exposit is slowly evolving from a command-line only to a user-interactive application. yet most things are command-line only, and it cannot be used without some mandatory command-line inputs : -debug=X sets the debug level (0 none) -dcraw="full_command_line_for_dcraw" tune the invoking command for dcraw (special path for testing a dedicated/new release of dcraw, etc ...) defaults to "dcraw -c -4" -adddcrawmatch="ext1 [... extn ...]" add file-extensions matching for dcraw decoding. useful for handling raw files with esoteric extensions. the default list only has "nef NEF cr2 CR2" -load-unbayer turns on un-bayer algorithms for subsequent images load. computed luminance is used for extracting RGB from a bayer-filtered mono pic. -load-normal resumes normal behaviour, color or monochrome are treated as-is (opposite of -load-unbayer) -falloff=falloffpic sets the fall-off reference pic. this pic is supposed to contain ani, as optimal as it can, pic showing the brightness variation one can observe from within one part of a frame to another with a given optical combination. each frame will be leverage in order to flatten those variation, it might increase noise at some part of the stack, but will help at corner fall-off correction. some would refer this pic as "white(s)" I got mine by shooting some random parts of a great blue sky with the same aperture settings as used for astro, and mixing them all (in gimp) in order to increase uniformity. -finetune enables trying a set of rotation/shift around the vectorial alignement proposed in order to find a better alignment result. long, and most of the time useless. mostly a remain of older algorithms. -doublescale uggly double-sampling mode try to double sample (4 times more memory) each frame before stacking. one could expect some subsample alignment could be detected this way, but a better resampling is needed at the first place. -noise=noisepic add a noise reference pic (blacks) in the noise pic list. the noise reference would be substracted to each frame. noise removal did not give any good result this way yet. -watch=[dirname/]fileregexp a directory path name + file regexp match combination in order to wait for pic to appear in the said directory and stack them on the fly. the purpose is to stack pics as soon as they are shot. real field use as proven it's difficult to use because the first pic must be the reference, so it has to be rather clean, and usually the first shot is never clean enough ... a much better user interface is needed here ! (not tested for a while, might be broken) interactive keys the mouse is useless, for instance. arrows should navigate the menu, and escape go back to previous menu. enter/space enters/apply the functions. now, the menu part isn't finished, so most function are still simply bound to keys : U I fast decrease/increase the noise cut-off H J slow decrease/increase the noise cut-off O P fast decrease/increase the upper cutoff level K L slow decrease/increase the upper cutoff level G (go !) toggles to the non interactive mode, all subsequent frame additions will be performed without waiting for the user to press "add frame" until no more pic are available. S saves a png of the stack with gain/cutoff applied dependencies : on debian system those package are needed for the build libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl1.2-dev equivalent packages should exist on most distros example of use : exposit -falloff=falloff_180mmf2.8.png capt0166.jpg *.jpg white ref pics press "G" then "add frame" the progam will add all pic to the stack and finally wait for final level adjustments "S" will save a png at the end