I've been experimenting in time lapse photography, and my latest raw product is a sequence where I shot 1 pic at the same time every day for about 3/4 of a year. My camera box is "fixed" to my house, but after looking at my images, there is considerable seemingly random movement that can happen as quickly as a few days. I was hoping to assemble my images into a video, but the registration is so bad it gives you a major headache to watch it. Is there any reasonably priced image registration software that anyone's familiar with? Yes, my photo editing program can align them manually, but we're talking about 260+ pics here. I was hoping to avoid that. Alternatively, does anyone know if either of the 2 free astronomy programs (Registax or Iris) is capable of aligning only, then saving the sequence of images. With my little Registax experience, I think it can only align to stack, not align to re-save. I have zero experience with Iris.