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Originally posted by MrDead
the 2nd video looks like something is in the foreground, like there is dust on the lens or something, because all the grain moves around with the video. Is the camera dirty?
Looking at your website too it looks like you were experimenting with the feedback loop where you video static. Could this be a result of you videoing a static tv channel where in fact you were getting an extremely weak signal through? This would account for the picture moving around, yet the foreground remaining still too. I think this is what Atticus Black stated.
Also perhaps you sent these videos out to show someone and received them again through email, and saved them to your C:\ drive?
Originally posted by roadgravel
To the OP
Since you haven't posted the file date/time of the video files from the file system is that your way of stating that they agree with the date and time built into the file name?
Originally posted by Palasheea
Can I send you that file that's on You Tube by email?
There are some remarkable face images in this video and because there are so many here that do not even see the more obvious images, I think it would be best to start off with those ones than the more vague ones.
Originally posted by danx
Notice also that all the other files there Windows displays their filename in black, below that it shows what type of file it is - in light gray - and below that it shows the filesize also in light gray.
Now look at the so called video files. Windows doesn't display their size. And the so called 'timestamp' also shows up in black and not light gray.
This is because the so called 'timestamp' is actually also part of the filename. Don't believe me? Try it yourself.
Turn on "hide extensions of known files", make a new file and give it a name like ScreenCam.avi08_31_2006 2_46_03PM.avi
Then in Windows explorer go to View and choose "Tiles". It breaks up the filename and 2_46_03PM is displayed on the second line.
Next hoax please...
[edit on 6-11-2007 by danx]