Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
Max's craft and pole picture looks like the craft is in front and
possible over the lake.
Maxxsee's craft and pole picture is FAKE, and he doesn't realize it. When he enlarges the picture, his image editing software is adding pixels that
were not originally there.
The original video is 1920 pixels wide, and 1080 pixels high. That is all the information the camera physically captured and created.
That means the "ufo" umbrella is only 27 pixels wide, and 10 pixels high.
27 x 10 = 270 pixels total
There is only ONE way to enlarge the above image and still keep the original data (27 x 10 pixels). They call it the "pixel re-size" method. This
method will keep the original 27 x 10 pixels and just make them bigger.
Count the squares in the image above....
There is 27 horizontal squares, and 10 vertical squares, which is 270 squares total. This is EXACTLY what the camera captured and created...
However, the image is now 512 pixels wide and 190 high, with a total of 97280 pixels. Now 19x19 pixels equals ONE original pixel from the camera.
That is the correct way to do it.
Maxxsee is doing it the incorrect way.
Maxxsee is not using "pixel re-size", and is instead using a type of "smart size" which ADDS computer generated pixels, that didn't come from the
camera, in order to make it "smoother". It "blends" the squares together, and creates colors that were never there to begin with. This means his
computer is altering the original data, making the image FAKE. The detail you see is FAKE.
He is doing it like this:
The above image is the same size as the image above it, 512 x 190.
However, you can no longer recognize the 27 x 10 original squares from the camera. It is now blended, and the color is altered. The image is
technically a FAKE. It is computer generated and can NOT be used for analysis because the computer created it, not the camera.
Hope that makes sense...
Here it is again, enlarged the correct way:
To me, it is clearly BEHIND the flagpole.
[edit on 25-11-2009 by ALLis0NE]