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Originally posted by ufoeyes
Every detail is the same.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
It's a shot of a city... what details would you expect to be different?
Originally posted by gmax111
Im guessing its caused by low lux pixel tracking..You obviously know nothing about how digital image stabilization works..
THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN IN THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF THE VIDEO!
Compare the two yourself..
PS - Mr Mask - I believe i just blew your post out of the water with all the bragging and arrogance you showed..
Many non-linear editing systems use stabilization filters that can correct a non-stabilized image by tracking the movement of pixels in the image and correcting the image by moving the frame. The process is similar to digital image stabilization but since there is no larger image to work with the filter either crops the image down to hide the motion of the frame or attempts to recreate the lost image at the edge through spatial or temporal extrapolation.
en.wikipedia.org...edit on 31-1-2011 by gmax111 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by turk182
I would simply consider it nearly impossible for something like this to actually take place,whether caught on film or not, without just about everyone in the city seeing it, and there being a huge number of reports from the ground.
Common sense alone tells me that these videos have to be fakes.
It simply could not happen without a bazzilion other people seeing it. Especially since the object drops right down over the lit up city then zips away at light speed.Come on. No way Jose.
Originally posted by kroms33
reply to post by Mr Mask
Sadly...its been proven to be a hoax.
With the utmost in respect intended,
Please stop with such disinformative opinions. If this were proven to be a hoax, it would be in the hoax bin - and not currently in this forum. You can not definitively call this a hoax because you have no scientific backing on the matter. You only have flawed theory and speculation put forth by amatuers.
Stop making such wild opinions and speaking for everyone else here - this video has not been proven by any scientific evaluation to be a hoax - nor has any of the other videos. We need the ATS PTB in here stat so they can have experts review these videos.
can you make another with the frame diference sync to zero i dont make vids i dont think your frame is matched up properly (i cant do it all so......) there is a glitch in both vids as it decends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just before it starts to slow to a stop. try to sync it at that point (the glitch is visable from both camers) xploder
Originally posted by mtnshredder
How much proof do you need to be shown that this is a hoax? Not trying to be a jerk but use some common sense.
Originally posted by Crayfish
As a CG artist, what technique would you use to fake the flash of light and do you see evidence of that that technique being used?