I answered a calibration movie right but was scored wrong

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rlcwik
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6361715V1

Post by rlcwik »

7:15 PM PDT 8/24/07

Another strange one. I got dinged on this one and I really don’t see anything remotely resembling a track. What is your verdict.

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Post by Twiggs »

Im new but IMO its the spot in the top left beside the big grey blob..lmao

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Post by marcia »

I clicked on the track in movie nr: 419808V1, (on 12;15 pm(GMT + 1 hr)and was scored wrong. I NOW know it belongs to the list of ‘bad’ movies, but anyway... It was the fourth time..
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Post by elainekeefe »

Lost another sens. point on this one: clicked on approx. 159/196. I also saw something just coming into focus at 367/272, but didn't click on it because it didn't go deep enough for me to make a judgment. Is this another bad CM, or did I just click in the wrong place?

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elaine

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The CM track is at 146-62 very small

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Re: elaine

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Star Gezzer wrote:The CM track is at 146-62 very small
Small? Try nearly invisible. Thank you Star Gezzer. I see it now.

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Post by marcia »

I just clicked on 5572421V1 (224,322) and was scored wrong. So a new one, I think.

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Number wrong?

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marcia wrote:I clicked on the track in movie nr: 419808V1, (on 12;15 pm(GMT + 1 hr)and was scored wrong. I NOW know it belongs to the list of ‘bad’ movies, but anyway... It was the fourth time..
Marcia
You meant to say 4198087V1 for this movie, right marcia?

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Post by marcia »

You are right, fjgiie! Thank you. It was 4198087V1.:oops:
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Deceitful movies, strange movies, and so more

Post by McAngus »

Doubts on some movies observed just in these two weeks of Phase 2.
I subdivided them in three groups:
1) CM that seem to have a track;
2) CM that seem don't have a track;
3) CM that are Real Movies.

1) The most amusing is CM 2955302V1.
Into its fine small square, on the bottom, it shows the track. I clicked on it and.... I got an error. After two days the same movie appeared again. I, very smarty gay, clicked "No Track" and ....I got an error again. Where the truth is?
The others movies are:
CM 2837359V1
CM 8657147V1
CM 4198087V1 listed
CM 7165805V1 listed
CM 8203996V1 listed
CM 8262415V1 listed

2) CM 3832437V1 you can see a quite clear square
CM 7078049V1 is sameone able to see a track?
CM 7589704V1 is sameone able to see a track?
CM 9566342V1

3) In these movies you see the square and so you think them are CM; but when you click on, you find them in My Events list like RM.
RM 702814V1
RM 7038616V1
RM 9763114V1

Moreover, I would like to inform you that 7247284V1 has many troubles of scanning.

The strange 652913V1 has in its last jpg a very curious image. Is perhaps the instrument you use for insert the tracks in the calibration movies?

At the last one my thought. In Phase 1 I saw about 346.000 movies but I don't remember to have seen as many CM made with so great perfidy and badness as in this Phase 2. Who has a such diabolic mind?

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Re: Deceitful movies, strange movies, and so more

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McAngus wrote:Who has a such diabolic mind?
:lol: You know, that is one question I am really interested in as well!
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Post by cretinbob »

2897728V1

8.28 0706 PST

There's a track here? Really?
Really Really?

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Post by cretinbob »

9490489V1

0730

no track

however after looking again, there is a bit of fuzz at the bottm of focus, but no penetration.
Should we count anything at the bottom of the sample as a track, evidence of penetration or not?

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Re: 7078049V1

Post by bmendez »

rlcwik wrote:2:15 PM PDT 8/24/07

Is this a delayed scoring problem or is this actually a Positive CM? As far as I can tell, this is the one that dinged me and I see nothing. I use two windows open to search and load. In the other window there was a Positive CM that had just scored correctly and looking further back in this window.. I found no likely candidates.

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Nope, there's a track there. It's just really subtle. If it makes you feel better, nobody has yet correctly found it. I could only find it when I knew the exact coordinates to look for.

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