Why not point to the track in a calibrate movie I get wrong?

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Why not point to the track in a calibrate movie I get wrong?

Post by Mikey »

I apologize if the answer is here somewhere, but I have spent some time searching the forum without finding the answer to this question.

It would be very helpful to see what I got wrong on a calibration movie.

Wouldn't it be very easy to point an arrow at the spot :?:
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Post by nax »

I for one would like to be able to review calibration movies I've failed. I haven't found this anywhere on the site but I think it would help me a lot.
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Calibration movie questions

Post by fjgiie »

Hi Mikey,
We have a suggestion thread where you may offer your suggestion
at this link --->http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=479

For nax and Mikey,
See this link for reviewing a calibration movie.
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=467


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Post by Neorapsta »

I'd support this even though I haven't got any incorrect yet. Mainly because i've seen 2 so far that the track was about 4 pixels in size and a bit blurred. Only way I spotted them was they disappears as you focussed up.
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