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Originally posted by lost
well, id love to see it.
i was speaking pretty loosley - some generalizations - sorry.
*most of meyers stuff.... and just because it hasnt been 'officially debunked' doesnt make it real... but sounds like some awsome footage.. will look into it.
just because the 'ufo' moves so quickly (in the first vid) doesnt make it 'unfakable' either. its a commercial for goodness sakes. computer generated animations can do wonders. if hollywood can do it, so can the scifi channel.
Loading the movie at the its default setting of 30 (FPS) frames per second.
There is an editing error between frames 553 and frames 554. These frames are duplicate and could be due to dropout, compression or a frame rate inconsistency having been downloaded from the Internet.
Between frames 554 and 555 the distance travelled is twice that of the subsequent frame 555 to 556 and fractionally less again during frame 556 to 557. This would only be regarded as unusual to a physicist of velocity to mass ratio and naturally, for what purpose could this line of motion be of value? Point is, there is no point to this manoeuvre.
There is an editing error between frames 593 and frames 594. These frames are duplicate and could be due to dropout, compression or a frame rate inconsistency having been downloaded from the Internet.
The velocity of the recording equipment (the camera tracking the image) tracks in a linear fashion, accelerating from frames 577 to 593 as one would expect of the natural motions of the human response.
However, from frame 593 to frame 594 we have a serious but convenient jolt, of the camera without the usual time factors one would expect for the camera to both automatically adjust to light levels of focus had the operator inadvertently knocked or dropped the camera. The recovery rate for both the camera and the muscular response of the operator are simply none existent?
The subsequent frame595 continues at the same velocity and direction but now as though just space warped from frame 594 position to frame 595 as though what ever happened during that single frame, well never happened?
You have to consider that the equipment used was probably running between 25 fps and 30 fps, that means, in time sense that what ever happened during frames 594 and frame 595 happened in only 1/30th of a second. The human response could simply not cope least continue motion in a linear fashion within that kind of time frame. Something has had to have been edited here.
To add insult to our intelligence, also at frame 595 the camera changes not only in direction but also completely upon a return path backward displaying no natural curve characteristics of motion, as one would expect. You try moving a camera that may weigh 2Kg and follow a moving object approximately 24cm per second, then completely reverse direction without a moment of slow, pause and reverse!
It’s humanly impossible and pretty much physically impossible too. However this is exactly what happens between frames 594 and 595?
Now having done the physically impossible, the camera scrolls up to focus on the so-called UFO now resting at frame 600.
Now consider this; the UFO is some distance away, we know this by examination of the object whilst it was behind the world trade centres. How? Well just check out the buildings in view between the trade centres and the lower view of the camera, and count them, then guess the distance of the helicopter to the trade centre and thus the size of the craft. Another way is to compare the UFO to the trade centre itself.
If you really want to measure the distance, go to frame 479 and you will see a full view of the trade centre inside the window of the helicopter, now with a bit of simple trigonometry, one could very easily calculate the distance involved here.
Now go to frame 661, and mark you screen with your finger, then rewind back to frame 646 and your finger will be in exactly the same place. This displays quite clearly that although the craft has travelled in a fake arc like path, that had it actually bothered to travel in a straight line directly towards the helicopter, it would still have arrived at the same point, frame 661. Point here? Having previously estimated the size and distance from the helicopter and the so-called UFO, and established both the point of origin prior to frame 661, we can now estimate the size of the UFO at frame 661 to be several thousand times larger than that displayed at, frame 661.
This footage was loaded in both Adobe Premier and finally into windows moviemaker. I chose windows moviemaker because I figured not many people would have Adobe Premiere. So you can save the file, and your frame rate and count settings should match those stated (plus or minus) one frame or so error.
This movie is not only a complete and utter fake, but it’s the worse easiest fake I have analysed for some time.
Originally posted by Merger
Thanks for that Seth! Much appreciated!!