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Oldest ever video footage is remastered in 4K

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pbarosso

so its just 20 pictures laced together. you gotta remember what video actually is.

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TigerBright19
3 hours ago, pbarosso said:

so its just 20 pictures laced together. you gotta remember what video actually is.

The few frames that exist were digitally cleaned up and colourized, and new frames were generated to fill in the gaps between the few existing frames they have to create a smooth running video like a modern day camera.  Perhaps the same technology can be used to fill in the missing frames in the JFK assassination video?

 

 

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Seti42

Don't they mean 'film footage'? Obviously video didn't exist 132 years ago...

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diddyman68
1 hour ago, TigerBright19 said:

The few frames that exist were digitally cleaned up and colourized, and new frames were generated to fill in the gaps between the few existing frames they have to create a smooth running video like a modern day camera.  Perhaps the same technology can be used to fill in the missing frames in the JFK assassination video?

 

 

Sounds like what they did with the first world war footage,they even added sound..they shall not grow old..by peter jackson.

I think the full movie is on netflix...damned good film.

 

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MissJatti

4K?

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ChrLzs

Please be aware that the term video can be used in two ways.  It can refer to the newer digital media, as per video-recorders and that technology, BUT it can also simply mean 'recorded moving images'.  Google "video definition" and read both common usages...

{/end semantics}

(hopefully..)

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