It doesn't look like he moved to the left following the plane, it looks like he was in shock at the site of that UFO grabbing onto the plane. Jerked
the camera. You see what you want to see though. If you want to believe its fake, you'll see things that make it look fake. If you want to believe
it's real, you'll see things that make it look real.
If it was real we would have heard about a plane going missing and such. But wouldn't that be something to experience.
I wonder where they took the plane to.
A plane went missing the other day in Australia. Not saying this is it, but planes go missing all the time that not everyone hears about. Obviously
you didn't hear about the Australian one, so why not another. Plus, we don't really know when this video was captured.
However, unless you have hours and hours of experience with CGI like myself, or unless you have a CG eye, you won't be able to see the proof. It will
be hidden to you.
First, the common mistake with CGI animations mixed with real videos is that the CGI animation has a higher frame rate than the video. This makes the
UFO appear to move "smoother" than the plane. The final render of the video inherited the frame rate of the animation, and that makes the UFO
appear to move smoother than the aircraft.
Also, the speed of which the UFO disappears would most likely cause a sonic boom because they are moving faster than sound. But you never hear
that...and missing sound on videos is usually a huge give away.
Come on, really, the way the UFO disappears is so fake and played out that I can almost tell who the creator is. A "UFO speeding up to the sky" is
not original AT ALL.
Here is three CGI videos created by the same person... all of them have the "UFO speeding up to the sky" ending... it's lame and not creative. Also
really easy to do in CGI software.
ALL OF THESE ARE FAKE.
If you can not tell the difference between CGI and real video by now, then you are forever doomed to be ruled over and controlled by Hollywood, and
or any special effects editor for the rest of time.
Every single point made by ALLis0NE applies to this CGI.
Also in this specific case, you can check what happens to the UFO whenever it passes behind some obstacle, in this case the roof and the cables (you
even have the vantage to compare it with the airplane):
the UFO, vanishes BEFORE crossing the obstacle, and it vanishes partially, as if you take the erase tool and start erasing it in direction
Most likely (if not for sure) this has been made because the author of the CGI couldn't/was unable to apply any mask tool, so instead of showing
something that should pass behind to pass clearly in FRONT of the obstacle, he deleted it with some advance. Pay attention and you will see what i
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