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I looked at 1:23 and didn't see anything moving except the spaceship/camera. There is a little distortion around that time due to the motion and the motion smoothing, but I can't imagine what you're looking at that looks like an alien.
Originally posted by papazen
Did anyone else see that thing move across the rocks ? top screen to the right at 1:23, alien?
Originally posted by makav3ll1
I still dont understand how that animation looks any bit realistic.
Originally posted by NativeZero
reply to post by CaptainBeno
I don't know too much about making videos. But it sounds like all the stuff Cunning did to the video is just made up. Like he made an educated guess about what should be there. Unless you are posting this just for fun, I don't really see the point.
Originally posted by imnotanother
I have my doubts that this video is authentic.
First, is the fact that this video is made by a film producer. Much like other NASA related videos.
Second, is the sound. Anyone that has any experience with recording audio would know that having a microphone record a vessel entering an atmosphere would produce SOME clipping...but most likely the whole track would be clipping the whole time. Then the quality of the rest of the audio track is incredible. So incredible it had to be added as post production of the film. If not, then NASA needs to go into the recording business.
0:15 = Shows the Sun's position on the planet but when the Rover lands, the shadows are cast in an opposite direction. (I may be wrong)
1:28 = Several frames show the landscape shifting or blurring unnaturally to the camera's movements.
1:55 = Terrible animation of dust being blown around during the landing. They appeared to move too rapidly and in focus rather than blurring the camera with a dust cloud/or dust being on the lens.
2:00 = Why did the quality of the video go from amazing quality (like you see in the new SciFi movies) to a blurry Instagram looking effect?
The landscape shot is obviously a single image that is panned around.
2:30 = How did they achieve this shot of the camera while on the planet?