posted on Mar, 22 2014 @ 10:20 AM
Been playing around with this for a couple days now. Immensely cool stuff. I've got quite a few different settings now with some very neat results. I
also have an IR camera, so let me know if you guys have anything you want me to do with that.
A lot of people here are saying that this can somehow be used to analyze footage of 9/11, UFOs , JFK Assassination, ghosts, sasquatch etc. I highly
doubt it. Although the software is great, the results depend on the video that you input. Framerate, resolution, color depth, contrast, exposure etc.
It requires a certain amount of control for it to be worthwhile, which most of these videos lack. Many are shaky, out of focus, or simply too poor
resolution. The camera must be very, very still for this to give decent results. Keep in mind that this is meant to amplify very, very, very tiny
movements and color differences. So it accordingly must be an very controlled setting. If the camera moves, the whole video is ruined. If the
exposure/focus/white-balance changes, the video is ruined. Even if the lighting changed significantly, it can ruin the video. I guess there is nothing
to lose trying, but I sort of doubt that we'll find anything.
What we should focus on is using this software in the future. Get this software well known, and in the hands of researchers. Even though it isn't
hardware dependant, it still demands very controlled videos. So set up on a tripod, with steady unchanging lighting, lock the exposure, lock the white
balance, lock the focus, and leave it alone. Whether you're set up to capture UFOs, cryptids, ghosts are anything else... just follow those
guidelines, and this software will rock it!