These are still shots of the images in “What Do You See – Part Two”, at http://youtu.be/usFBn99pJMc
A short tutorial on how to see all this in context for yourself:
1. Download Windows Movie maker for free at at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/get-movie-maker-download .
2. Go to the original “Good Morning America” posting at http://ondemand.abcnews.com/140110_gma_crash_0731_700.mp4 . Right-click on the video screen and choose “Save as” to save the mp4 file on your computer.
3. Go to the original “Nightline” posting at http://ondemand.abcnews.com/140111_ntl_mayday_1240_700.mp4 . Right-click on the video screen and choose “Save as” to save the mp4 file on your computer.
4. Open Windows Movie Maker. Click on “Add Videos and Photos” and choose from your computer whichever of those mp4 files you want to see.
5. Click on “Video Tools” and choose .125x for the frame speed. This inserts 7 copies of each frame before the next frame appears, which makes the frames appear to be at 1/8th speed. The spacebar will toggle between pause and play. The back and forward arrows on the Movie Maker screen will advance you one frame forward or back so hitting the arrow 8 times should get you to the next frame. Clicking on the progress bar and dragging it right or left allows you to quickly move to a specific spot in the video.
Now to the images. First, the images that came about 5 seconds (real-time, if I calculated correctly) before the clip I showed in Part One (at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvn8iPE4I-8&feature=youtu.be ) Click on these images to enlarge them. Right-clicking on the images gives you the option of copying or saving the image – which allows you to look at them in a program (such as Microsoft Picture Manager, which I’ve used) that allows you to zoom in, adjust brightness and contrast, etc so you can see more detail. Right-clicking also allows you to copy the URL for the image so that you can post it other places using HTML code, by inserting the URL between the quotation marks and putting the < arrow before and the > arrow after this:
Now the “Nightline” clip that has the dark face in the water:
(Note: The original image for #6 in the “Nightline” series was accidentally left out of the Youtube, but an annotated version was inserted after #8. I’m including both here. Here is #6 where it fits in the sequence)
Now the 2 images that appear in the “Nightline mp4 file” where only Image Y was in my Bandicam recording:
Now after skipping a bunch of frames of Kawsaki and the 70-ish-year-old man treading water:
I’m just going to add a comment here. Notice in ZU that Kawasaki’s arms are both out in front of him. The arm touching his back is not his.