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Stacking Lunar Images from Canon 60D

I have batches of lunar images captured with a Canon 60D which has a resolution of 5184 x 3456(24MPix??). I never had any trouble stacking images from my old Canon 350D (Still an excellent camera) which has a much lower resolution. Neither Autostakkert or registax work. With Autostakkert I get the error that I have run out of ram ( I have 16GB) but windows shows this is not the case. Is there a way to stack lunar images from the 60D without cropping all the images?
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Old 30-07-2018, 05:39 PM
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You could try Hugin for Windows. Use it all the time in Linux. It downsizes the images and then resizes to avoid memory problems, afaik.

Here is a video showing how to use it for stacking. It's the Linux version but the interface isn't too different. In-fact, I recall copying the procedure from a Hugin Windows example. Google.

It's free...
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