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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 09:45 AM
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At about 1:23 or so, the lowest one to the right quickly disappears and reappears along with one of those editing pixel glitches that I've seen people point out on other vids. The pixel appears to the left middle edge of the screen.

I only watched to 1:30 that was all I needed to see.

Sorry if this has been pointed out already. But I've got to go so cant read the whole thread.
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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 10:16 AM
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The one on the side of the road looks like a fake. I haven't checked out the whole video yet but have a look at this:



It's my understanding that keeping the CGI object in the background is difficult.
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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by Keef413
The one on the side of the road looks like a fake. I haven't checked out the whole video yet but have a look at this:



It's my understanding that keeping the CGI object in the background is difficult.
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how do you mean? Can you explain in more detail please?



posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by zimishey

Originally posted by Keef413
The one on the side of the road looks like a fake. I haven't checked out the whole video yet but have a look at this:



It's my understanding that keeping the CGI object in the background is difficult.
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how do you mean? Can you explain in more detail please?


Sure.


When you put a CGI image in a video it's 'on top' of the real video so to speak. So when you need your object to pass behind something in the video it has to disappear. One way to spot CGI is by looking at the point where it should start to go 'behind' the real footage. If it's over the real footage then it wasn't really behind the person, was it?

Does that make sense?




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