I have been working on live-stack with SharpCap. This was started for outreach on Oct 16th. Because of the moon, I used a Ha filter. Each stack was 15 - 60 sec images live stacked and was quite clear on the monitor. The program saves the stacked image and I got 13 of these that night. I did it again on the next two nights Oct 17 and Oct 18 using OIII and SII respectively. I ended up with 40 stacked images (13 Ha, 13 OIII, 14 SII ). Because the stacking was for visual use, I did the images with a high gain which had a bit of graininess. The stacked images where processed in Pixinsight and Photoshop like normal images.
Samyang 135mm telescope. on a EQM35 pro mount, operated by a small intel Atom computer. ($139.00), a 12 volt monitor found in my celiar, a $29.00 logitech wireless keyboard/mouse, and a not so inexpensive QHY163m camera.
This was a fun project and even though the Veil Nebula image does have a few issues, it is OK.