Both of these debunks can’t be true

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Right now, there are 2 very convincing debunks that have been posted, one here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/15upea2/the_mh370_thermal_video_is_24_fps

The other here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/15us46r/mh370_hoaxer_made_errors_in_stabilization/

However, the method that these debunks claim as to how the video was made do not align. One of them may be right, but they can’t both be. This is why:

The first link makes the argument that the plane shows signs of being converted from 30 fps to 24 fps, but the orbs do not. Meaning, this is a real video of a plane from a drone, but the orbs and disappearance have been added. I could see this being the case.

However, the second link argues that the contrail of the plane is not in sync with the plane, meaning that this is a real video of some plane being filmed from a drone, leaving contrails, but has been replaced with a model of a 777. So, both the orbs and the plane are CGI. These 2 arguments are in conflict with each other. One of them may be true, but both can’t. It wouldn’t make sense to have both the plane and orbs being CGI, but one was originally rendered in 30, converted to 24, and the other being native 24.

Imo, in order to close this case, one of these effects needs to be explained as not the work of a sloppy editor, but some kind of real consequence of distortion while being filmed, or video compression, or something else.

Thoughts?

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