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Originally posted by iamhobo
As amazing as this is...I just know someone will come and debunk it. I've gotten my hopes up way too many times now to believe much of anything. Thanks ATSedit on 12-12-2012 by iamhobo because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by drivebricker
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
reply to post by Arken
Interesting but It looks to me like this guy wants to get paid for his advertising.
don't you get it yet>?
'Oh, look.... i need some cash, i'm gonna go film something and add an advertisement at the beginning then upload it to youtube and tell everyone i've filmed a fleet of UFO's!!'
Youtube is owned by Google, hence the advertisements. People who upload videos dont include the advertisements. Thats done automatically by youtube.
Originally posted by dplum517
Seriously.... some of you need to get it through your skulls that there is a paranormal phenomenon going on on this planet that involves UFO's in our skies.
....really "Out of the Blue" is a beginner documentary and if you haven't even watched and are commenting on this thread.... your opinion is useless.
Originally posted by gigaherc
Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
Don't know if this is anything of importance but I noticed something about the video...
It seems that Neat Video has a video plug in for after effects...
So what I am wondering is if you can use Adobe After Effects to produce the UFO swarm he is supposed to be filming?
Just a thought...
THANK YOU tsurfer2000h.
It took 6 pages. ATS - I'm proud.
Well. Turns out the simplest answer wasn't birds after all, it was just mediocre video manipulation.
Neat Video is a video noise reduction plug-in for:
Premiere Pro (Win and Mac), Premiere Elements (Win and Mac)
After Effects (Win and Mac)
Final Cut Pro X / 7 / 6, Motion, Final Cut Express (Mac)
OpenFX hosts: Fusion, DustBuster+, Scratch (Win, Mac), Nuke (Win, Mac, Linux)
Vegas Pro, Sony Vegas Movie Studio
VirtualDub (can also be used in AviSynth scripts