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cello
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1 of 100 confirmations

Post by cello »

do you have a movies in "My Events" marked only by you?
i have some. staying there for days. along with movies with only 1 or 2 confirmations. even they doesn't look hard.

Sebastian
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Re: 1 of 100 confirmations

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cello wrote:do you have a movies in "My Events" marked only by you?
i have some. staying there for days. along with movies with only 1 or 2 confirmations. even they doesn't look hard.
Yes, I have one. And I know that this was a mistake on my side.

If you have movies that stays with 1 number of agreements with 50 or more times viewed, you migth check if you have misinterpreted a bad focus movie or something like that.

We look for tracks that start at the surface and stay visible and in focus until you reach the bottom of the movie. You will not be able to recognize a track, if the surface level gets into focus only three images above the bottom.

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Post by cello »

movies like
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=44049 (very left, 1 of 84)
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=44533 (top right, 1 of 82)
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=44272 (5 tracks, top left, right, bottom right, 1 of 76)
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=43387 (3 tracks, bottom center, center right, top right, 1 of 92)
3 of xx i won't count. but true is, with each thousand of movies you feel your eye get trained. you really feel you see more. now there is new 57xxx movies. i have several with 1 of few. but i believe, others will cath them as well.

btw.
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=28625 (3 of 62 (including me) marked that soup, i bet on bottom right, about 5-6 frames below surface. spent some 10 minutes on that movie. still not very sure, do i really see it or not. but that is kind of special case)

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Post by goldrake »

I've seen your target, but sincerely I don't see any tracks in your movies.

Generally, I think that we need look first on the surface with extremly Focus Down.
Only if in this position we see somethingf we can hope to have found a real track.
What do you think about?

Sorry, for my bad english :cry:

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Post by bmendez »

Moving this to the Discussion forum...
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