Your ability to create a fake video is awesome, but not really what this thread is about. Once again, I was filming the "stratospheric aerosol injection" artifacts, and saw the object several years after the fact.My "flying saucer" pictures were much better quality.
Early 1970's ... I worked at the local daily newspaper in the advertising department.
We had a professional photographer in the news department , when the Billy Meier UFO pictures were released I showed them to him .... very easy to do he said.
Take a shiny metallic disc and throw it in the air and photograph it with a high speed lens.
So we did .... borrowed one of my moms metal pie plates .... tossed it with a bit of spin , just like throwing a Frisbee .... I had bought one of the first black and white Polaroid cameras ... and it took several attempts before getting a good photo .... my friend would throw it and say "now" which was my signal to press the button.
The trick was to position everything so that parts of a tree , and roof-line of a house were in the lower part of the picture .... thus the "disc" would look like it was about 1/4 mile away in the sky.
The one good photo was quite convincing ..... I wanted to keep going until I had more .... trouble was I had already used about $10 worth of Polaroids ... and in those days my weekly salary was only $50 so I had to stop.
Plus my mom was not very happy to see her pie plate landing amongst all the dirt and dog poop in our back yard