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    Motion blur verses CGI




    I offer you this example of detecting true motion blur… verses how CGI generates motion blur (from a single captured frame of video).

    Notice the jet on the left labeled true motion blue, is a truly blurred image. However, on the right, the object created with CGI (in order to create the allusion of motion blur), the object’s image is simply repeated multiple times. This multiple image is the key to help identify CGI images.


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    Mmm, yes, very curious, very interesting...

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    Thank you, Marvin!

    That's interesting and should prove very useful in this day and age. (Can anybody say thirdphaseofmoon or beforeitsnews. ...? )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    (Can anybody say thirdphaseofmoon or beforeitsnews. ...? )
    Can you guess where this example came from?


    Mmm, yes, very curious, very interesting...

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