a reply to: fromtheskydown
No sorry, it's far better you (and others) learn for yourself
Then you can waste time explaining to dummies why a fake video is fake. Plus, without
the knowledge, you can still argue against my/others conclusions, a back & forth I sure can't be arsed with these days (and I'm sure you don't much
care for it either), so it's better people come to their own conclusions and if they want those conclusions to be informed then, well, learn video
editing and related things if they're going to try and make conclusions of video clips. Makes for smarter people!
spacemanjupiter and and14263 are in the right ballpark, but there is much more outside of the object itself and even the footage as a whole, that also
proves it fake. Again, people need to do their own research not just have everything answered for them by UFO wikipedia. Makes for smarter UFOlogy.
The OP has confusingly transfused 2 different sightings (one of which is a proven meteor, but you don't see them mentioning that, which shows their
lack of research, all it would've taken is scroll down a few threads and getting caught up on the info before posting this) which is also causing some
replies to be miles off the mark.
I just wanted to point out that the quoted sentiment of "I don't know how to cook beef, therefore no-one does/can" is dense logic (to be expected
here, mind you). Which is exactly the fruits of someone that perhaps doesn't think for themselves or think very critically (NPC?), but who can
if they do the research and learn the skills required for deconstructing UFO videos for themselves.
Ah, ffs, come this far, said this much, would've been quicker to just write what you asked for
1. Motion tracking is imperfect (as mentioned by spacemanjupiter) but is still proficient, noticeable mismatches in the first 160 frames
2. Video artefacts around the object in HD just before and after it dashes means the floating clip & the shooting off clip are possibly 2 separate
source files (two seperate exported animations/FX clips) or any kind of overlays that are transitioning from one to the other even in an instant cut,
and may expose the use of an alpha channel (think: green-screens and how you remove the green)
3. Video footage is just randomly filming the scenery not any particular object, camera doesn't follow or react to it shooting off, object would be
presumed to be several feet to maybe 10 feet long and should be clearly visible to anyone even remotely looking in that direction
4. Secureteam are a known hoaxer
5. Secureteam UFO hoax videos generally show a stationary object that zooms off, they are known for it
6. Secureteam are also known for proficient but never perfect motion tracking (ala point 1)
6. Whether it was over the lake or the island, there should be multiple witnesses cos it hovered for many seconds, and right next to gigantic housing
estates and main roads in broad daylight
7. UFO reports out of Ireland are rarely "a cigar hovered fifty foot above me for 10 seconds then dashed off", making the type shown in the vid
"fantasy" (look up local and wider irish ground witness reports etc, granted, I'd need to dig into this one for myself to be sure about it)
8. The OP muddling up two different sightings and confusing people is a form of obfuscation, maybe not intended but in some instances it can be
purposefully intended to confuse the masses, another insidious trait Secureteam are known for
I could go on, and I can investigate points 1 and 2 further but as I said it's clear-cut fakeloo for me, usually by the time you've hit a 2nd point on
a bullet list you know you're dealing with a dodgy video, so not wasting more time with it myself, the OP is posting CNN articles of all things and
mixing up last weeks meteor so it's a train wreck in here even before it started, just wanted to come and # on the video and the ignorance of CGI
being some mystic god-like power to some ppl lol. Wake up!
edit on 5-12-2018 by markymint because: (no reason given)