Rolf, any idea when your program may be available for general use? I like the sound of what you have done, taking into account all the behaviors of the moon including libration.
Jon, today I produced a new release of the software (version 0.9.2). The Windows 7 installer is available for download here. The updated user guide can be found here.
So far nobody except me has used the software. Originally I had planned to let some friends test the software before making it available to a larger community. I now changed my mind. After all, I guess that not so many people will follow this thread anyway. So, if you (or anybody else) want to give it a try, feel free to do so. I would be glad to know how it works in your environment. Please read the section on system requiments carefully and, if you want to automate the recording process, make sure you install the latest 64-bit beta release of FireCapture. MoonPanoramaMaker will definitely not work with any older FireCapture version.
I suggest that you first test the whole system without the real hardware. To do so, in FireCapture, instead of using your USB camera, select the dummy cam. Similarly, in the configuration dialog of the POTH ASCOM hub select the telescope simulator. Using this test setup you can simulate the whole recording workflow. I found it useful to connect a planetarium program (in my case Guide 9.0) with the ASCOM hub alongside MoonPanoramaMaker. In Guide's "telescope" dialog window there is a button to direct Guide to where the telescope mount is currently pointing. This way you can see if MoonPanoramaMaker is really looking at the moon. (Be careful not to press the button which inversely directs the telescope to where Guide is looking!)
If everything works well, you can replace the telescope simulator with the real ASCOM driver of your telescope mount, and the dummy cam with the driver of your USB camera.
I ran all tests with my Vixen Sphinx SXD mount, using the NexSXD modification. The modification makes my mount behave like a Celestron CGE pro. Therefore, I'm quite confident that this Celestron mount (or similar models) should work fine. Since MoonPanoramaMaker communicates with the telescope mount via the "portable" ASCOM interface only, in theory other mounts should work as well. I'm very interested to know if this is true in your case.
I wish you good luck!