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Originally posted by Subjective1
As many here say the video looks editted and sped up. (The clouds atleast look spead up)
Originally posted by tsloan
I watched it a few times and upon closer review I did notice the object seemed to shift it's shape as it changed directions.
Almost like an accordian it reconfigured right before the frame at which it changed direction it's forward motion seemed to compress the body and then it shift shape and changed direction at the 90 degree angle. It reminds me of a spring hitting compressing and bouncing away from a solid surface.
Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
Some jets in this video seem to make the same 90 degree turns.
Between 0:14 and 0:16 there is a good one on the right half of the video.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
The clip where the jet comes into frame, makes the turn, and heads out of frame, takes about 2 seconds. That means we are seeing 60 frames (about). Since the original time lapse was shot at 1 frame/sec, this means we are seeing about 60 seconds of real time flying.
That's 1 minute we watch in only 2 seconds. So keep that in mind.
Plus, the "normal" speed version he shows is not verified and even so, the video rendering software he used CLEARLY isn't showing "frame-by-frame" as it was shot - it's actually blurring the shots together - so it's almost impossible to tell what the ACTUAL speed of that "normal" version is.
Even so, the angle that plane is turning is not 90 degrees. It could be more like a course change of about 45 degrees, but at the angle we are to the flight path, the turn has the illusion of looking sharper than it really is.
Originally posted by subby
A sped-up film of an obvious bird gets 57 flags.
Keep the disinfo coming.