Registax For Mac Os
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For planetary stacking, I run VMware fusion and either registax or autostakkert. Siril native on the Mac can do planetary stacking by all accounts, I've seen some nice results but never tried it. For DSO stacking I use PixInsight, but I don't think it's designed for planetary.
I know you want Mac specific software - Siril is ok but I've just downloaded Crossover and have run Pipp, autostakkert and registax without any issues on a mac plus much easier to use Takes around 10 mins to get up and running. Free 14 day trial too
I am trying to make use of registax software for astrophotography image stacking on my Macbook. I first installed Wine using Homebrew which hanged on startup due to a known Homebrew Core issue. This led me to directly install Wine from provided .pkg file. Now, I have registax running excellently within the Wine environment.
Before using registax, I also need to pre-process my Astro images using PIPP software. It is installed via Winebottler. When I downloaded WineBottlerCombo_1.8.6.dmg, it also includes Wine app and asks me to drag-and-drop both Wine and WineBottler within Applications folder. But I already have Wine stable installed as explained above.
Douglas Cockerham (email@example.com) [28 Mar 04]First let me say that I really appreciate your site and the work you putinto it. The information contained within is extremely helpful. Becauseof your site I was able to get up and running very quickly. I amcompletely new to all of this, but with your help and the help of allwho have contributed I am able to make the most of my time under thestars.I have a page on my website devoted solely to my new found passion(astronomy) and thought maybe you or some of the people who frequentyour site would be interested in some of the photos I am capturing. Here's the URL: _gallery.asp. If youever have a chance to stop by and have a look. If you feel so inclined,let me know what you think.I put together a short animation of tonight's transit of Ganymede and Iothat is interesting and posted it on my site. Unfortunately, the heavydew cut my plans short so I was only able to get the first hour and ahalf. But it turned out OK.Thanks for helping me out, your site is truly the best resource for anyowner of an ETX scope. Tommy Lim (firstname.lastname@example.org) [28 Mar 04]These are my latest photos of jupiter.I am using my new set of ETX125 with nikon cp4500, without anymodification by photoshop. email@example.com [28 Mar 04]ok this pic is a little artistic...but I thought pretty cool nevertheless. It is a pic of the GRS taken on 3-24-04 thru myETX 125, 600 images stacked with Registax. The resulting image was then enhanced with an unmask filter in Adobe Photoshop Elements and the sun glare added using the filter \"lense glare\". I think that gives the photo an interesting perspective!! BurrDMB@aol.com [28 Mar 04]First attempt last night with my new ETX and Phillips Toucam - managed to get a reasonable picture of Saturn using Registax 2 software. (I've sent an attachment for your gallery though there are probably many better!! - anyway I'm delighted with my first attempt)kind regards from Wimborne firstname.lastname@example.org [28 Mar 04]here is my best pic to date of Jupiter and the GRS. Taken 3-24-04 with ETX 125 and Toucam Pro at 15f/sec, 1/25 sec exp, 30% gain, 600 frames stacked in Registax. A little tense moments this evening (out of control prescribed burn)...and I thought it was going to be the fires of last summer all over again!! Started making preps for evacuation again...after family loaded, then telescope!!! email@example.com [25 Mar 04]I really can advise everybody to do the eprom update I send you last timefor the webcams.Less noise and sharper pictures! firstname.lastname@example.org [25 Mar 04]I hope I don't bother you too much with my pictures, but I am hooked on theETX and I hope people see that a lot is possible with the Mighty ETX.I did Mercury for your planets galery. This one I don't see very often onthe ETX site.I can tell you, this is really difficult. Little time to capture and low onthe horizon and only a few weeks to try, so every clear night is beingoutside :-)Again I hope to see some more of this planet from other users.Let's get the ETX's running! \"Dirk Henrich, Dr.phil.nat.\" (email@example.com) [25 Mar 04]thanks once again for your informative and fruitful website. Please find attached an image of Jupiter taken at march the 17th 07:30 pm.You see Io and his shadow as well as the great red spot. I used an ETX90EC, 2xBarlow and an Phillips ToU-Cam. I added about 150 frames from 2000 using Giotto.Dirk from Frankfurt firstname.lastname@example.org [25 Mar 04] Those 2 pics were taken on the 8 and 16 march.(I used the same stuff as usual), turbulency was not that good :(. email@example.com [25 Mar 04]had the ETX 125 and my Phillips Toucam working overtime this Saturday night with the dual transit of Io and Ganymede. This pic captured 450 frames (15f/s)at 1/25 sec exp using auto exposure and 0% gamma. Frames were stacked in Registax...and layers slightly tweeked. Had alot of fun with this one and looking forward to the triple transit at the end of the month. Alan Greg Nolan (firstname.lastname@example.org) [22 Mar 04] Someone (I can't remember who) asked that we try toget shots of Venus, so here is my first attempt. Thereis alot of red on the side because I did not allowample time for the scope to cool down. If I had, Venuswould have been gone. Maybe next time. Also, I am really impressed with the results thatmany people are getting with video cams, but don't youthink there should be a separate category for them -maybe called astrovidegraphy :) Just kidding, but really...it seems that it is mucheasier to get better quality results using a videocam, although it looks like they may be screwed whenit comes to deep space objects that require longshutter speeds. I think they will get tired of onlybeing able to get pictures of planets, the sun, andthe moon. I prefer the challenge of actual photographymyself....just a thought. By the way, I see that you have not updated yourastrophotography section in quite a while. What's upwith that Have you lost interest in theastrophotography or does the burden of maintainingyour websites remove from your opportunities. If it isthe latter, I hope you will reorganize your prioritiesto place more emphasis on doing more of the things youenjoy. I appreciate (like everyone) your maintainingthis website, but not at the expense of taking awayfrom your passtimes.I hope for your good skies,[Right] Here is a resubmission of my Venus pic (amazing whatyou can do with a red eye tool).Mike here: As to my photography, I did some with the LPI (as reported on in the article \"Autostar Suite on a Macintosh\" on the Autostar Info page. But weather and time have not been very cooperative for more. Bill Dirks (email@example.com) [15 Mar 04]For your Guest Planets gallery, here are three images from March 12showing the progress of the double shadow transit on Jupiter. The lefthand shadow is Io, right-hand shadow is Europa. In the first image youcan clearly see Io to the right of its shadow. In the other two imagesyou can see Europa, but Io is lost against the brighter clouds of Jupiter.ETX-105, Meade #140 2X Barlow and color CMOS image sensor at primefocus. Barlow and camera installed in the rear port with a Scopetronixvisual back. Each image is about 250 stacked exposures selected fromabout 450 captured over a 2 minute period. 290ms exposure. Stacking inRegistax, final work in The GIMP.Index of my ETX astrophotography: Peter Roelofs (firstname.lastname@example.org) [15 Mar 04]I recently bought an ETX-105 and am very happy with it. Best decision Imade in a long time. Because of the bad weather since I bought the scope(guess that comes with buying a new scope), I havent been able to havethat much fun with it yet.When I did get around those few times the weather was good, I also triedmy webcam on the scope and I'm sending you my best result with Saturnsofar. I dont know all the details anymore but I stacked it inRegistax, did something with the wavelets and then some fine-tuning inPhotoshop Elements.Hope you like it and will post it, in the guest astrophoto gallery, onyour site, which teaches me new things everytime I visit. Best regards and clear skies,Peter RoelofsThe Netherlands email@example.com [15 Mar 04]here is what I think is my best pic yet of Jupiter. Three mmons visible in pic (from left to right...Europa, Io and Ganymede...Io is casting its shadow on the edge. Shots taken with my ETX 125, and Phillips Toucam Pro...1/15f/sec, 1/50 sec exp...recorded 120 sec and stacked using Registax (90% quality and minor layer enhancement). astro (firstname.lastname@example.org) [11 Mar 04]Attached is my best results of latest Jupiter opposition, and Saturne latejanuary.All have been made with ETX90EX, ToUcam and Barlow 2x. Post processing havebeen stacking and wavelet. The sky is a urban condition (over Paris from myviewpoint).Hope you will find them good ! Kuba Malecki (email@example.com) [8 Mar 04] I send you my recent photos of Saturn, Venus and Jupiter. I used myETX-90/RA, Barlow x2 and ToUcam Pro. For Saturn I used about 1200frames, Venus about 1000 and for Jupiter 600. All avis recorded at5fps, stacking and \"waveleting\" in Registax 2.1., further processingin GIMP (levels, saturation and other color enhancement). Jupiter wasresized to 150%, Venus to 200%. More pics on my webpage:www.joa.poznan.prv.pl Dieter.Wolf@DNSint.com [8 Mar 04]as most of us I had to give our 'great one' my salute too at his oppositionday and look into his 'orange-red eye'...Dieter Wolf (Munich, Germany); 2004-03-04 23:15 CET (22:15 UTC); MEADEETX-125EC with 2x Barlow Lense and PHILIPS ToUCam pro (300 out of 760frames; should have been more, but tracking wasn't so good); south up,east leftThe GRS in the STB is bright and colorfull (I think it's easier to see thanin the years before, isn't it) and you can imagine the clouds spinningaround; white spots in