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A. Viegas
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Registaxx 6.0 question new
      #5538128 - 11/25/12 12:55 AM

After I have aligned and stacked, I find that when I want to adjust Gamma or RGB for instance (in wavelet)that a piece of my image adjusts, but the other part doesn't, so it looks like someone has taken a bite out of the image?!? Help!

Al


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Re: Registaxx 6.0 question new [Re: A. Viegas]
      #5538699 - 11/25/12 12:53 PM

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After I have aligned and stacked, I find that when I want to adjust Gamma or RGB for instance (in wavelet)that a piece of my image adjusts, but the other part doesn't, so it looks like someone has taken a bite out of the image?!? Help!

Al





Al,

Look for the "Do All" button between "Process" and "Save Image." That will apply your processing to the entire image. If you forget to do this and try to save the image, Registax will prompt you to "Do All." With today's processors doing the processing almost instantaneously, I don't know why it's set up this way.

Tom


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A. Viegas
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Re: Registaxx 6.0 question [Re: Tom Polakis]
      #5538849 - 11/25/12 02:29 PM

Thanks Tom, I figured it out. In the settings tab there is a tab for processing area. I had that at the 512 default and i was aligning a 1028 image. duhh

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