Excellent work. I especially love your Mars image.
Do you have any capture details you can share, in terms of video length, percent stacked, WinJupos or not?
Thanks for any advice you can share.
Jupiter: 60sec videos, approx 128fps, 25% stacked. Derotation 12 minutes.
Saturn: 120sec videos, approx 100fps, 15% stacked. Derotation 4 minutes.
Mars: 90sec videos, approx 200fps, 25% stacked. Derotation 16 minutes.
I typically use Firecapture in autorun mode and record series of videos ideally approx 2 hours centered on the transit time of each object. I do this because a) My local seeing is never consistent enough to allow me to choose when to capture. This provides me with a good window of opportunity to catch better seeing even if I'm not glued on the monitor, and b) I really enjoy producing animations from the resulting stacks. Then I use autostakkert batch mode to process the resulting videos accordingly and go through them in Registax with the same wavelet scheme to isolate areas of better seeing. Once those areas are found I might re-stack them with stricter percentage and slightly different wavelet schemes. Then, winjupos to derotate and back to registax for additional wavelet sharpening (very mild, typically only 1 &2 sliders on this stage). Finally, photoshop to correct color balance/saturation and levels adjustments.