The use of scripts to pre-process raw and fit files is a real plus of Siril.
I use it constantly to obtain a result.fit file.
Then I post-process this file also with Siril, following the steps described in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuM9OhIq4CQ (in French).
Here is a summary of the different steps:
- Open result.fits file with Siril
- Visualization : Autostretch from the dialog box (preserves a linear image)
- Image Processing > Color Calibration > Photometric Color Calibration
- Image Processing > Histogram Transformation / Apply Autostretch Algorithm to Image + Apply
- Image Processing > Color Saturation
- Image Processing > Remove Green Noise
- Image Processing > Deconvolution
- Crop the image if necessary (on a Mac, tap three fingers on trackpad)
- Image Processing > Background Extraction + Generate + Apply
- Save File > Supported Image Files > TIFF Files (.tif)
Then I finish the processing of the .tif file with GIMP to obtain the final .jpg file.
Most of the time I am satisfied with the Siril post-processing without having to modify the parameters.
My question : Would it not be possible to compile these post-processing steps (described above) into a script ?