Gael - no wonder your score has been scrubbed. If, that is, by "tell-tale ripple" you are referring to the obvious surface 'disturbance' associated with the largest of calibration particles, or (god-forbid) the well-known pixellation of calibration movies with tracks (large and small), which is due to their lower resolution than both calibration movies without tracks and all real movies, then all you've been doing is select known tracks. We are looking for unknown tracks, which involves examining the entire movie, especially the last-to-load frames below the surface (if the movie is well-focussed). Tedious I know, but that's the point of the exercise.Gael wrote:I do not waste time on waiting for the next movie to fully load when I do not see the tell-tale ripple.
How many "My Events" do you have after viewing so many thousands of movies? If I'm right it'll be none or only a few. But up to 50% of folk are logging the subtle dots which tend to appear only in the last few frames, and which may or may not be artefactual "inclusions" - we're still waiting to find out.