This is a very basic workflow using defaults, showing how the new Compose module (replacing the LRGB module in StarTools 1.5) makes complex LLRGB compositing and processing incredibly easy. The workflow details the usual data prep, bias/gradient removal, stretching, deconvolution, color calibration and noise reduction. You will notice this workflow is substantially similar to any other StarTools workflow, even though we are dealing with a complex composite of luminance, synthetic luminance, and color data all at once. Please see video description on YouTube for datasets and other resources.
The De-Noise module offers detail-aware, astro-specific noise reduction, which, paired with StarTools' Tracking feature, yields results that have no equal.
Thanks to StarTools' Tracking feature the Color module provides you with unparalleled flexibility when it comes to colour presentation in your image.
The classic Denoise module caters to the former, while the Denoise 2 module caters to latter.
Regularization in StarTools is automatically set to a baseline that should yield a good balance between detail recovery and artefact suppression.
The Stereo 3D module can be used to synthesise depth information based on astronomical image feature characteristics.
You can convert everything you see to a format you find convenient. Give it a try!