Thursday, October 21, 2021

This is Getting Easier and Easier

 I created a Gibbous Moon wavelet file with the settings that seem to do the best job.  The video:

After RegiStax:

After using GIMP:

Interesting, but unsurprising is that removing noise in GIMP makes the JPG smaller.  This is really not surprising if you think about how discrete wavelet transform works in JPG.

Neatly enough, PIPP (for MOV to uncompressed AVI), RegiStax, and GIMP are all free.  We used to have a saying in software engineering that "free university software was too expensive to use."  Only RegiStax leaves something to be desired in user interface subtleties, and with enough head to wall action, I figured it out.

1 comment:

  1. Another free image processing tool you might find useful is ImageJ. It's very good at working with image stacks.