posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 08:16 AM
Wow you can see it travel through the cloud. The object is even dimmer for the 2 or 3 frames that you can see it after it enters. This is what you
would expect from a UFO- not a bug imo.
It isn't necessarily disappearing because it is moving behind a cloud. The object/insect could be close to that camera, thus be in the field of view
for only a short time, and the frame rate of the camera and the camera's software cannot keep up.
This isn't the same as a film camera where every frame includes everything that is there. This is digital video, and digital video cameras "interlace"
frames in order to reduce file size. Interlacing is a process where the software in the camera borrows information from frame-to-frame, thus reducing
the amount of information needed to be remembered for each frame. If the software THINKS a certain pixel or pixels areas unchanged from one frame to
the next (say the static/unchanging background pixels in this specific video) then it will try to borrow as many of the background pixels from one
frame to the next.
Sometimes, due to objects moving across the field of view in a relatively short time (such as the object in question), the camera software gets
confused and doesn't realize that not all of the background pixels are static -- and it can ignore those dark pixels of the moving object and just
replace them with the static background information from the previous frame (as I said, that's how interlacing saves memory).
The result is a moving object that may not appear in every frame.
edit on 11/26/2013 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)