The LATEST feature is the Spectate View enhancer.
Like a wildly vibrating progress bar. And it works.
Here is what the feature does...
Start video play at 63.960 seconds in and play for 1/30 second then pause
restart video play at 63.965 seconds playing for another 1/30 second with pause
restart video play at 63.970 seconds for another 1/30...
for 4 or 5 more times. you'll just see things that were harder before.
The repeat repeat repeat lets the viewer see things.
It is the last frame that remains longest and is visible as the view enhancer progresses.
Still testing with my Strange videos ...
It won't be hard to make it into a fast forward feature as well.
instead of skipping by .005 seconds skip by 3.000 seconds and play 1/30 (2 times)
Being able to play the same segment a couple times ensures that you see the specified video clip even when other tasks are hogging the cpu.
I'd imagine you are showcasing a video editing tool that will allow greater detail on ufo video using some kind of stacking method.
I'd guess it would probably work, but your presentation is very vague, and seems to almost be a continuation of a discussion in progress.
Start from the beginning and bring us up to speed on what you're doing. It looks like it could be pretty interesting.
Woah Woah woah.... I clicked on the link thinking it was a website....just out curiosity since your thread really makes no sense. As another member
pointed out, it's like you started a thread continuing some conversation already in progress....but your link isn't a website, it's a video file that
automatically starts downloading. No thanks.
And seriously, your thread still doesn't make ANY sense!
I'm gathering that this is some kind of "video enhancement" program, however, seeing as how the OP can barely write a coherent post, I have very
serious doubts about the efficacy and safety of the program.
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