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So how can I stack photos but keep the meteors visible? Use only frames with meteors in them. If you shoot about 500 or so 15 second frames, you might have a half dozen to a dozen frames with meteors. You might have two or three that are "good" meteors. Stack one meteor frame with one dark frame. That's about it. Seriously, stacking isn't much of ...


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Apparently, this is an issue with sequator. I tried stacking the images with DeepSky Stacker, and the result is a lot better: 100% view from LR, Exposure +2EV (Sequator used an auto exposure function which seems to lack in DSS - or, more likely, I just did not see it as I only tried the programm for about an hour - so the image came out a lot darker. It is ...


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At this point you're gonna have to rely on moderate-to-severe computational photography methods to recover anything useful out of it. The only thing that seems practical at the moment is just taking lots of frames and stacking them. More "experimental" approaches might use something like compressed sensing or machine learning, but you're not gonna ...


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