Original RegicideAnon YouTube video shows apparent similarities between frames 1083 and 1132

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For some context, I wrote the “No apparent evidence of downsampling (30 fps -> 24 fps) in the original FLIR video upload per plane movement in frames 350 through 420” post earlier today, and decided to continue analyzing things.

It was pointed out that in the original RegicideAnon YouTube video, a comparison of frames 1083 and 1132 show that they are extremely similar. Here is one such post pointing this our from earlier today.

For context, frames 1083 and 1132 are 49 frames apart, making them almost exactly 2 seconds apart.

From the r/UFOs Discord, a user posted this animation comparing the “difference” of the two frames: https://i.imgur.com/hj99w97.gif

I pulled the frames from the source video myself and ran my own best fit analysis to minimize the relative difference in the affected area to try to best fit frame 1132 over 1083. This results in a “normalized difference minimization vector”, which describes what you need to do to minimize the difference in only the overlapping area. The result is that if you shrink frame 1132 by 13.282%, and offset it right by 71 pixels and down 13 pixels, you get the following: https://imgur.com/xDT8MkU

For comparison, here is frame 1126 over 1083 using the same transformation vector: https://imgur.com/ozwTB2f

More the analysis with source frames, including the source images, a high contrast version, and different channels, may be found here: https://imgur.com/a/1x5MHA8

ChatGPT was used to help develop the image analysis process and run the sensitivity analysis. I asked it to output for me a guide to repeating its analysis, which I have pasted here: https://pastebin.com/NEye4Yhc . It is my intention to look at similar frames, for example instead of 1083 and 1132, I’ll try 1082 and 1131. I also intend to run the “best fit” process over frames 1131 and 1133, the ones immediately adjacent to 1132, as the necessarily relative difference transformation vectors are likely different. For right now, I need sleep, so I’ll poke around with those tomorrow as time permits.

As with my other post, this post is not intended to imply or indicate anything. I make no assertions as to the veracity of the videos mentioned, I’m only offering a programmatic analysis. For this post and others, please upvote/downvote based on the merit of content and its contributions to the subreddit, not based on personal feelings.

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