Exciting! Singapore Airlines plane dodged a UFO captured on camera. Is the Near collision with UFO captured on camera by Singapore Airlines passenger video real?
The Near collision with UFO captured on camera by Singapore Airlines passenger video is not real but a hoax. The original video used in the fake UFO video was published in 2015 by flyMarkus89 and edited into a sensational UFO video distributed on Rumble in 2021.
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The video published in 2015 by the user flyMarkus89 “Hard Banking Take Off – Lufthansa A320 departs Zurich” is used in the hoax video in question.
Lions Ground puts the real video next to it. The similarity with the hoax video is 100% accurate.
The original logo on the wingtip has most likely been removed with Adobe After Effects. The software, which is also used in the film industry, offers the possibility to easily replace objects.
The hoaxer most likely tracked the original footage using motion tracking, the data is used to link the replacement material. The Lufthansa logo is replaced with Singapore Airlines logo.
Because the original logo is replaced with the Singapore Airlines, the hoaxer is forced to fill the entire area where the logo is located with the texture of the wing, on top of that the hoaxer places the logo of Singapore Airlines.
Throughout the video, a color transformation takes place caused by the plane tilting to the left influencing the light resulting in color grading.
Lions Ground took three frames from the hoax video. Start, middle, and end of the video. The background color of the logo does not change with the color grading transformation. This indicates the logo has been added.
The hoax video has been sensationalized with special effects and audio sound effects.
The original video does not contain any Hollywood sounds but it is rather boring.
Suddenly you hear the pilot spit out safety instructions through the intercom.
Lions Ground has learned that the vocal instruction comes from CBS News. The audio has been cut and edited in favor of the hoax plot.
The debunk first took place on the YouTube channel of Lions Ground. You can watch the video below.