Thank you Jim, I appreciate the comment!
These are really good images Michael and the animation is a beauty!
Thanks Peter! Btw, I saw you suggested on a recent post with someone needing help with day time polar alignment and that’s an excellent idea!! I’m def going use it. Also, the dark limb on this capture and process was an inspiration by you! I like how you did yours so a adopted that too! Thank you!
Animation is mesmerizing!
Thank you Mike, I too enjoy your captures!
Sweet animation! Love the grass in the wind spicules!
Thanks Marty! Love your tutorial videos and thanks for help along the way!
Nice smooth animation
Thanks Dave, really enjoying your captures and share too! Looking forward to more of your captures!
Oh wow, that is a BIG file! My largest ones are at about 41MB so you must have either a lot more frames or a much larger ROI than I am using. The compression must be the culprit. I think AB could handle the full sized animation but it would take quite a while to upload to view. I have actually thought of going back to taking AVI's every minute instead of every 30 seconds just to make the files smaller so I could do longer animations. The motion isn't quite as smooth but it certainly reduces the overall file size.
I'm hoping to get back out either Friday or Saturday and Sunday at the least when the rain is supposed to leave!
Yes, very large file. I was doing animation of 1 minutes before but like you said, it’s not that smooth. I actually went with 30 seconds now bc you had great animations and was doing at 30 seconds. We recently had cloud weather, but now that we have clear skies, we’re also now having to deal with strong winds. I had 2 more animations of these two sunspots with higher mag, but the winds just threw it all off completely and I just didn’t want to bother. Looking forward to your next capture Warren! I learned animation from you!
For both animation and still images.
Thank you Lorenzo! Really much appreciate it and I really like your full disk double stack!! Lots and lots of details! Can’t wait to see more.