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Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
reply to post by BlackSatinDancer
You wouldn't recognize sarcasm when you had it served on a silver platter covered with stickers labeled 'sarcasm'.
thank you for explaining what CGI is..never herd of it..lol...i do however think that a puppet is a great explanation of this creature ....or something mechanical....The footage looks real and yes the dogs are chewing on it and even shaking it ...but its so easy to make something like that and put dog treats or something inside the object to entice the dogs ...
Originally posted by Thunda
I think some people are getting a bit mixed up here. CGI stands for Computer Generated Imagery (or Imaging, or Image depending on what sentence you are using it in). I hear this all the time from the debunkers. "CGI, CGI, its 'obviously' CGI"
Are people honestly saying that this film, which is with out a doubt live action, has had computer generated images composited into it? Even today, with the availability of programs like Adobe After Effects and Final Cut Pro (and many others), it wouldnt be impossible, but it would take a long time and be incredibly fiddly.
It would be so much easier to use a puppet (or shave a monkey!) than motion track the original footage, make multiple believable stills, layer them up and animate them, then introduce them into the live action footage etc etc.
Im not saying its impossible, but it would be a right pain in the backside and for what? The dogs are obviously chewing on something- would that be the CGI that lots of people are talking about?