I finally had some time this afternoon to take a look at the video I took of Jupiter Friday Night at the Open House at the Bethany observatory. With a little tweaking I managed to get a nice segment of about 12 seconds. You can plainly see the bands around the planet, the famous Red Spot in the lower center, and just below that is a smaller dark spot. It is one of Jupiters moons shadow as its passes across. I will soon stack all these avi images to see what kind of still image I can pull out of it. Remember, this is live video from a Meade electronic Eyepiece and an 8″ refractor telescope captured in DV format and processed In Final Cut Pro video editing program.