tumpsi wrote:Bradley Walker wrote:From the videos, it appears to me the nose is up a lot.
So it seems, just like there seems to be a lot of flutter. But there isn't, and the nose isn't up. That's why I said "crappy quality". :-------)
The resolution really makes things difficult. I watched the 164 meg vid with Media Player Classic frame by frame. When the disc is closest to the camera the artefacts aren't as bad. I watched only once but it seemed that the disc orientation in your hand changed with the last few pictures before the disc release. The first three pictures after release aren't totally botched by artefacts but still not reliable. It would appear that in those first three pictures the disc orientation changes more than just flipping. Along more axes aka OAT. The drivers will stabilize themselves in air soon and it's very difficult to see minor wobble before the disc stabilizes itself. Because human sight is so poor and slow to focus. Those three pictures after the release last only 0,05 seconds which is 2,5 times longer than a rumored pictures per second discerning ability that was used for PAL format televisions. I've heard from many FPS gamers that even 70 FPS is discernible from 60 etc. I've noticed on occasion the difference between 60 and 50 FPS.
Anyway to be sure a higher resolution vid is needed to say for sure what happened in your throw.