I've ran into a processing wall,
I've processed osc data with pixinsight and dss for about 1.5 years at this point and have had plenty of good results with a normal broadband light pollution filter but I now have a triad ultra filter and I've spent more time than I'd like to admit trying to figure out how to process color correctly in pixinsight. I've tried splitting the RGB channels up - liner fit, putting them back together or doing nothing at all and trying to process the image like I would a normal OSC image but I'm at a loss for how to get the reds to be red - the blacks to be black etc. I've never had a problem with OSC broadband data ....been very easy to do but I'm completely at a loss with how to process with this filter. Any tips would be appreciated.
Target: Elephant's Trunk Nebula
Scope: Radian Raptor with the reducer F4.5 275mm
Filter: Triad Ultra quad band
Lights: 34x300 sec subs - Gain 100 offset 0
Camera: ASI 533 OSC @ -5c
No flats, No Darks, No Bias
Captured with Sharpcap pro
EQ6-R pro, guided etc.
Data: (fitz files, Dithered every sub)