btw I appreciate that stream mirror you set up for the NY live drop lol
GUYS!!! The audio is intermittent during Emily’s interference… I’m looking at it and it looks like morse code!!!
I’m trying to decode, if you want to help please do!
it could be a inversion of morse, the silence is the dots and dashes. or it could be a barcode? it seems to repeat, whatever the pattern is.
I don’t think her eyes are morphing into an alien or something, just a video effect. The eyes definitely capture attention, but you can see that distortion happen all over the screen.
I am reaching out to someone. I’ll post back with an update as well.
I’m looking to see if there is some pattern that can be interpreted as morse or bit sequence but so far I couldn’t find anything…I think this is relevant, it’s just that I’m not that good at it…
It looks like the video effect finds and enhances edges of objects in the video frames and distorts them, so when Emily’s head moves the distortions move.
Yeah, maybe the psilocybin is playing tricks on me…
I’m gonna get me some sleep…Good look with the investigation!
I believe the video is sped up a bit. I slowed it down to about 0.70x in VLC and she speaks more naturally.
I almost want to say she says “old ones” before the video glitches out (5 seconds in). She definitely makes an OH vowel sound there, and looks like more than one syllable. Hard to tell though because of the distortion.
At 16 seconds in, I noticed this grid effect when the “wave” effect washes upwards. Does anyone remember if the Elizabeth videos (which had a similar wave effect) had this grid? I don’t remember seeing it before.
Probably an unnecessary duplication of what @DuckDuck did above, but here are some straight-up extractions of the audio from the clip using Adobe Premiere Pro:
Unmodified AIFF (uncompressed) audio: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2TXIRnadWftcThOZW5VVGxRV1U
Plus 6db AIFF audio: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2TXIRnadWftQzBmU0pTZXQxY2M
Plus 6db MP3 (256kbps) audio: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2TXIRnadWftUFdkNDZ3bmFjTjA
mine have ambient background sounds, so this is excellent!
Thanks for checking! I wonder if there is a pattern to this showing up. Is this the edge or barrier of a simulation? It seems more pronounced in the Emily video, but I’ll have to go back and check the Liz videos later.
Looks like that was @sheralmyst who said that. I’ve never heard of RTTY before, but interesting: