Something I don’t understand from the VFX asset used on the plane video

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Why only one frame matches?

Isn’t the whole point of using an effect to make use of the animation instead of just one frame?

If the other frames don’t match, does it means the creator of the video altered every other frame EXCEPT ONE?

If I’m faking a video and covering my tracks by manipulating VFX, why leaving one behind? Also, what happened to those posts saying the “frame” from Pyromania isn’t an exact match? Did the creator made a mistake? If he manipulated the rest of the frames by hand (because software wouldn’t have made a mistake) why not doing it all by hand in the first place?

How many thousands of commercial VFX effects are available online? If we didn’t get an exact match could it been a coincidence? Did the man who provided the VFX really worked for the DoD?

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