posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 11:04 PM
Well that about does it then. I posted this silly video snippet as a way to make myself feel better about the other silly reptile post at the time,
"This poor woman is shape-shifting on live television' or some such thing. You wanna see 'artifacting' go look at that one, there is lots of it.
There is lots of it on the Pilot Jim video as well (the one posted here.) But it is not localized to his eyes to the point that it produces the effect
seen in the video.
His eyes are sticky, folks. That's it. Probably a combination of a bunch of makeup and nerves. In the other thread with the Anchorwoman what is at
the root of the effect is cosmetic neck-tape and improper video formatting.
So what did I learn ( I do not know if any of you learned anything, the majority of you are parrots, after all.)?
That there a lot of posters who go on about video compression/decompression artifacts when they don't know what they are. In both videos the effect
was nearly purely physical (aside from ''Lossy" compression/decompression noise which will NOT produce the bilaterally symmetrical effect seen in
the vid) but so many of you jumped to the conclusion that what we are seeing is a video artifact. That in my opinion is worth about as much as saying
that Jim is a reptile.
It has been my pleasure to debunk my own thread. That was the point from the beginning. I was just hoping that some of you would beat me to it.
Thanks for your interest.