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Originally posted by cripmeister
Horrifying video. It looked like the plane was going to slice the tower in half, it is amazing that it remained standing for nearly an hour.
Originally posted by thepresenttense
Does anyone have any idea what the intense buzzing sound is that starts just after the plane hits the tower in this video? I've never noticed that in any other video I've seen of the second plane strike.
HOWEVER, it is also very very very possible that:
These four planes met up, had a rendezvous in Newburgh NY, switched planes, equipped with explosives/thermite etc....... and four other planes were used instead.
Originally posted by pshea38
Fake video, just like ALL other witness video proporting to capture the fictional 'collisions'. .
What gives this video away (outside of the complete non-reaction from anyone present
at the moment of 'impact', and some iffy graphics) is the birds seen at 1.54 an on.
They must be absolutely enormous first of all, and of a super strain, as they can be observed
exiting the scene almost as fast as the so called 'airplane' enters it (at an impossible 500 odd m.p.h!).
Maybe they are related to these other 9/11 superbirds?
More BS Movie Special Effects C.G.I. Fakery.
Man We Are Such Suckers!edit on 30-9-2011 by pshea38 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by WarminIndy
I think it is funny how people who have some minor experience with video editing software will make these claims. First of all, it is IMPOSSIBLE to edit a live video as an event is happening, live. There is no editing software that is capable of doing that now nor has there ever been.
Sportvision now delivers all PVI products and services to both domestic and international markets, including virtual insertions during sports broadcasts as well as real-time virtual product integration for other on air entertainment.
Originally posted by Varemia
reply to post by septic
So, you're comparing overlaid colors on a prepared sports show to the modification of every single video camera recording in New York?
I think there may be a logistical problem somewhere here...
In-Studio Broadcast Services
Sportvision provides hassle-free product placement with the acquired PVI system's Virtual Product Integration. Advertisers can strategically place their products within a broadcast without worrying about script changes or logistical complications.
After the what (product to advertise), where (location in the frame), and when (point in the broadcast) are all identified, advertisers will still have the opportunity to manipulate these variables for each additional airing of the show. Promoters have the flexibility to interchange their featured products or adjust the placement location before each broadcast.