posted on Dec, 12 2009 @ 11:21 AM
I did see one problem during slow playback on an external player. Their are two light sources. When the craft initially comes out, their is a shadow
that scoots across the water straight across, then another shadow shows up directly below it. I will look for more in Adobe.
edit to add-Alright, just below the craft at about 13/16 the way through the clip, the water just below the craft shimmers, possible adjustment of the
pixels or a fan craft as I posited earlier. Will now convert to a 60fps gif file and look at it with fireworks.
2nd edit-in Fireworks viewing the created gif file, it seems like the shape of the shadow has changed to much. Initially the shadow is larger-more
oval, now when it makes the slight bank, it seems the shadow gets way to small for the slight adjustment in flight, not conclusive.
Still no definitive proof, cannot see any pixel problems as of yet. When the craft comes out from behind shrubs, their is some pixel changes in the
shrub. But these may very well be seen through the shrub.
One last program to run it through.
3rd edit-No help, but their is definitely something wrong with that initial shadow. When I ran it through forward and backward one frame at a time
without any changes in format. Left as flv, viewed in Premeire Pro, the initial shadow does not look like it belongs. Also, the pixels of the craft
seem to be sharper than the surroundings, in some frames.
Sorry, cannot give a definitive answer.
[edit on 12/12/2009 by endisnighe]