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I searched for a bit and can't find this topic covered anywhere, so figured I'd just ask. Is there a way (or can you add it) to tweak the position of the 5X window during a planetary video capture? Given the way you're capturing the live view, it would seem that should be possible. What I'm looking for is the ability to move the bounding box while capturing and without leaving the 5X zoom mode. Ideally it'd be as simple as using the arrow keys, or you could add a mouse interface to the GUI. At the magnification I'm trying to image, and the conditions I tend to get, it's very difficult to keep the planet in the 5X window for any length of time. The mount positioning isn't fine enough to handle it either. I just need to be able to bump the window location to keep the object visible. I understand that you don't have full single pixel adjustment, but I don't see that as a problem for what I'm looking for.
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