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Originally posted by waveguide3
Could this be circumstantial evidence, coincidence or nothing at all?
On the right the UFO watcher who made the video. On the left, his namesake who uploads Adobe After Effects tutorials. Family resemblence? Maybe, maybe not.
I asked the same question in the first thread, but few were interested.
Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
The problem with CGI today is that you can do anything with it. I'm a 3D artist and I can tell you that photorealism has been achieveable for a while. The footage could be real just as much as it could be cgi but just because it could be faked doesn't mean it isn't real. We need to find a professional video analyser to be able to tell whether it's real or not.
Originally posted by Pappie54
As one that works with computer graphics for a living, I believe that an world class expert can tell when there has been any manipulation of pixels from an original recording. It is possible that some awesome expert and graphic craftsman put this together and the tell tell signs of manipulation not show but why would someone of great talent and expertise with great earning power want to waste their time creating hoaxes for you boys?
This does not debunk the video and if real video experts have studied the original and could not detect manipulation, then you're going to have to consider this is a real event or stew in your stubbornness and find a fool proof way to debunk it.