I intend re-processing all the "good 'uns" when I get back home because this (uncalibrated) laptop is quite deficient re processing but I was impressed by a fairly quick processing of this avi, it being 14 minutes after the aforementioned thread's image...and about 40 minutes before Jupiter's culmination.
I say "quick" because I just took the .fits files straight out of Registax and did an rgb combine without any prior deconvolution on each channel beforehand (my usual, preferred practice) and then applied decon to the RGB after combining...
One reason for making this a seperate thread was to give anyone interested some rough guidelines for camera settings on the ASI120MM mono camera: capture and processing are as follows:
Used 512X400 resolution in FireCapture @ 80fps capturing each channel for 60 seconds: 4729 frames captured in each of R,G & B.
Gamma = "50"
Gain R=53, G=53, B=65
Histograms each 81/82%
Exposure = 12.5mS
28 MAPs in AS!2 (26 around disk and one each for GRS and Junior) with 1.5X drizzle, noise robusity 4 and 3000 frames selected out of a smidgen under 4800 frames total in each channel (approximately 52% - 55% of the best frame's quality.)
12 iterations or 0.8 cw Maximum Entropy in AstraImage after rgb combine.....taken as .tif into CS3 and gamma dropped to 0.86, blue levels adjustment to 0.92 on middle slider and a curves adjustment of 195/195 followed by a single application of "Dust & Scratches" which I faded to 28% and then image reduction to 80% for the 120% image, and another on top of this to 85% for the capture scale image.....canvass resized and text added.....finally saved each as .psd's and .png24's.
Down the track a proper full reprocessing and a WinJupos compilation of this and the 2 rgb sets before it!