Then a lot of confusion on my side is solved, now you revealed those names and their connections to former ATS members.
I still remember the infighting of you two with the management here.
Seems to be resolved.
The YouTube link to Killtowns version of the Judicial Watch video posted by me on page 15 is not working anymore, it says now: "This video link is no
The other earlier link to the original JW video however, is still working.
I suppose Killtown withdrew it, or JW protested against his version.
I hope the JW version stays up long enough to create the frames I ask for below.
In the JW version, you can see that the flash is projected from the police car on a higher level than the back wheel rim, while in the Win Media
version it is quite difficult to see if it comes from the top wheel rim as you proposed, and Russell also, I believe, or if it comes from a spot
higher up, I think the trunk roof.
See again my no-text screen shot from the YouTube video, you can clearly see that the centre of the bright spot is higher than the centre of the
left front wheel
Does anybody have the means to place 2 the same timed screen shots of the 4:44 moment from JW and Win Media adjacent to each other here, so you can
see the different position of the bright spot on the car?
Or find first a few clear frames from the 10 frames where the flash is visible, during the 29 f/s in the second between 4:44 and 4:45.
Because, of course there is a problem if it can be proved, as BigMoser already hinted at (if I got him right), that the reflection originates f.ex.
from the lowest part of f.ex. a chromed wheel rim on that car.
If that is right, than that big flash must have come from under that car, reflecting on a flat piece of the rim, and up to the canopy.
Which is rather complicated compared to a direct reflection off the rim itself from the sun rays.
If reflected from the trunk hood, then it is sure a reflection from an object so far up, that it must be flying. If not, than a lot of luck must have
been involved in the reflective angles, from the plane to the right rim at the back, under the car to the left rim at the back, and then up to the
Rather difficult light path, to say the least.
But I see it coming from the trunk hood.
Jack, don't you find it strange that this supposed VHS recording from 2001 is showing frames in a 29 f/s fashion? I think the FBI unit which
"enhanced" the video after it was sent to them by this other, 85 videos holding FBI unit's female agent, has re-recorded it with a modern day, 2006
version, VHS recorder and then burned it on CD or DVD.
Strange thing however, you can set in Win Media v11, the speed to 1/16th of the original 1.0 speed, and it perfectly plays back at that speed.
Does that mean that the original VHS recorder which was used at Citgo, also was capable in 2001 of recording screen shots at 29 f/s or at least 16
One should also adjust some settings in Win Media v11, so it does not skip frames. There are 3 of these settings normally checked, uncheck them before
downloading the windowsmetafile version, otherwise about 30 frames will be skipped. Which could be important frames.
Left click in the top left of the Win Media screen, click Extras, Options, Performance, Extended options, and then both in the Video speed and in
DVD-video, uncheck the UseOverlays. And in the right column, uncheck SingleFrame Remove, to keep AV in synchrony.
(English text could be slightly different, my version is in another language).
Then you will get all frames from the video.
In the Properties, you can see that this windowsmetafile video plays at 29 frames/sec.