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Title: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: hartiberlin on March 09, 2006, 05:29:06 AM
Found this video on the net.
A MUST SEE !
No info was with it.
Is this a fake or is this real ?
Look at the attachment.

Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: oouthere on March 10, 2006, 03:40:57 PM
Great video!  But......

The majority of the craft I've seen don't bank in turns since they are in their own gravity field and supposedly uneffected by typical aerodynamics.  I'd have to say it's a good fake, but could be wrong.  One of Billy Meiers videos shows a craft going around a tree that banks and I do believe it to be real.  But, the supposed occupants stated this was done so it could be called a fake, as if it were swinging from a string being for the benefit of people that cannot accept the ideas of visitors.

The one craft I did see up-close was rock solid while hoovering and when it lifted from it's 3' or so hoover.

Rich
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: Clarky on March 13, 2006, 03:23:01 PM
Thats pretty amazing, even though the quality is like shakey cam, it's flawless as far as I can tell, the shadow, angle of light, even the reflection in the water, cool post.
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: r8rchris on March 13, 2006, 04:16:37 PM
Cool video,...... But I already saw it on Star Wars.....This is a clearly a fake intire video is computer animated water,trees,ufo..well done though.
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: hartiberlin on March 13, 2006, 04:25:18 PM
If it is really a fake or a part from a movie, please quote the source.
Many thanks.
Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: iceweller on March 13, 2006, 05:55:01 PM
Stefan,

   I don't know the source, but here is my analysis:
the cgi overlay is definately done well, but there are several
problems with the "saucer":

   it's movement is the first dead giveaway. A saucer does not BANK
nor TILT neither ROLL when "curving". It either translates if it is
a saucer shape or rotates if it is oblongated to change direction
but it does not SLIP nor BANK. We are not working with aerodynamics
here.

    Then there's it's shape. A saucer is rounded, like 2 woks joined
together or ovoidal or spherical. It is not flat with bulky edges
(I'm talking about the original electropulsive only craft, not the
hybrid crap) or "things" sticking out of it's behind.

   Furthermore why would the operator not follow the object? Why did
he pan away at the end? And again, what was the object of the take
in the first place? An empty lake?

    Then there's the last giveaway: the shadows. The light source
(the sun) according to the saucer's shadow comes from  top left with
about a 45 degrees angle. But hey, the leaves' shadows from the
trees and bushes are straight down or rather from slightly behind
the operator- isn't that awkward? They must have missed that.

   There is also a slight error in the CGI rendering: the "shadow
mask" was not correctly created: if you look carefully on the left
hand side in the first few frames of the footage, you can see that
the shadow of the UFO actually falls on the first inches of
rock/bush in the foreground, which is prospectically impossible as
the UFO is behind the rock/bush.

     BTW I have done some 3D model renderings in my youth (in short
CGI) so I know how it is all setup. We even made some "adbuction"
footages for fun overlaying on real takes and the major problem,
apart from getting a real 3D solid to look "real" was to watch out
for the correct shadow masking.

     Luke
Title: Re: UFO Video, best daylight video, fake or real ?
Post by: raburgeson on March 21, 2006, 05:02:30 AM
This ones fake. Look at Hungarian fighter movie, One of our types "Tesla type. If not this type then look for blurry pics with 4 "lights under them, or drum shaped pixelated photos, even SR75 and SR76 triangular craft using alien tech has 4 lights under them. I don't know why 4. Anyone out there have a clue?    Tesla type is the only one that won't be blurry if cloaking is off, this type doesn't need to have the high voltage plasma outside the craft, it can but it's not necessary. Cameras can pick up ufos invisible to the naked eye. Check out the one of hula dancers, The craft in the background was not seen by the photographer.

I don't think we can totally expect the shadow to be correct looking on a real picture. The lense effect of the field around it could distort and change the placement of the shadow. We are discussing something we have not hands on studied. Study the object itself if it's placed into an image like this one you can tell using photoshop or you can anylize the photo mathmatically by a program.