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Winjupos map computation question
      #5709824 - 03/03/13 01:18 AM

I tried to compile projection map from 28FEB13 and 02MAR13 and I always thaught winjupos stitch maps without huge black spaces but did not. So I stiched them manually in graphical editor and softened the "border".

Is it not possible to do somethning like this in winjupos automatically? If not how do you gyus make whole rotation maps?

Thank you for answers.


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Re: Winjupos map computation question new [Re: mitovka]
      #5712338 - 03/04/13 11:35 AM

The black area represents where there was no data in your images. You need to fill in the blank with a shot containing the missing longitudes.

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Re: Winjupos map computation question new [Re: swalker]
      #5712689 - 03/04/13 02:53 PM

Yes, you need that missing CM's image data. I wish Grisha would implement the same blending of overlapping CM in the map computations that are in the derotation of images so we didn't have to export to an image editor.


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