posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 11:38 AM
I don't have any comment on the video, because I haven't seen it.
However, I'd like to warn OP that YouTube and video reencoding can butcher videos of things shot at night. That's from personal experience. A
couple of weeks ago I filmed a helicopter, here's a screengrab:
As with grabs from many digital videos it looks better moving. When it's reencoded for YouTube or subject to any reencoding all detail is lost. I
suspect as a result of the camera's MJPEG encoding rather than any deficiency with online video services.
In the above frame, after uploading to YouTube, the silhouette of the tree is missing, as is the outline of the helicopter. All that is left are two
rather weak lights.
Are there any easy ways to help the OP make stills from the original file?
Because, through no fault of OP, it's possible that reencoding the original will nuke any details in the image. In the absence of having access to
the original file or grabs directly from the original file, it is often difficult to draw any conclusions.
[edit on 1-3-2009 by jackphotohobby]