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Originally posted by nitro67
1) This Michael Cohen fellow seems to put a lot into this video. 2) If proven a liar, 3) who the hell would believe this man about anything again? 4) Would he wiilingly be putting his credibility on the line for something like this? I dont know anything about the man, 5) has he been involved with other proven hoaxes? 6) if so what were they
Originally posted by kazanoom
Eligael has posted a response:
That was a great watch, he seems really genuine. I believe that there is a chance the first 2 vids were real. The 3rd video was intentionally created to hurt the credibility and every time someone mentions it, the rage.... It was even worse quality than skeptic's really bad vid.
Now... someone with more time and motivation could certainly plan a much more complex and lengthy video, tweaking the overlays, extending the length of the video, adding background animations (lights, cars, aircraft, etc.), overlaying crowd/background audio/noises, and much more. But this example shows the ease with which a convincing effect could be composed from found images and widely available software.
So... what does this mean, should we no longer trust video evidence?
Originally posted by fnukyguy
reply to post by Marsoups
the audio in the amplified version is definitely the same as the original video, its just out of sync and louder