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    • Shudder speed niggas be like
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    • EA when you don't pay for helicopter animation
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    • The frame rate of the camera matches the rate at which the blades are spinning
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    • The cameras fps (frames per second) is the same as the rotations per second on the helicopter. Upvote so people can know
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    • Framerate of the camera
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    • At least 400 of the comments are people tryna act smart and explain it. Everyone has seen this 2618273629198262939 times kys
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    • It happens when the shutter speed is as fast as the blades, so it looks like the helicopter is just floating. It's a really cool thing to see.
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    • That happens because the FPS for the camera was the same as the Helis rotation speed
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    • When it gets too cold in the helicopter so you turn the big fan off
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    • FPS Being the same as the speed of the propellers....can also find videos of birds flying like Ironman and Bees Being wizards
      Osirus_X 22 apr
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    • This effect is caused because the propellers are spinning so fast that each time a frame is taken with the phone/camera in the video the propellers already went around and to the spot they originally were at
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    • It's because the fps of the camera happens to sync with how fast the blades are spinning. Remember that feature where someone's door camera recorded a hummingbird but it didn't look like it was flapping? Same thing
      Tre11z 19 apr
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    • When your frame rate is the same speed of the helicopter blades
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    • I need to try doing that with my camera some time
      blaw95 18 apr
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    • The song is from the ducktales game for NES, space level...youre welcome
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    • If u match the framerate with how fast the proppelers are going it'll make it seem the helicopter is just floating
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    • It's just God playing around with toy helicopters
      SophSimpl 23 apr
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    • Me and the boys in creative mode
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    • The frame rate of the camera is the same as the speed of the rotors. Just in case you weren't smart enough to figure it out yourself.
      wijibo 18 apr
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    • Trying to run ArmA 3 on a TI-84
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    • Everyone's gangsta till the helicopter levitate
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    • _ABE_ 18 apr
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    • It’s because the frame rate is the Same as the speed of the rotor making it look still like people blinking at the Same time
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    • __bird 18 apr
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    • *Insert reason of how the camera is matching the wings*
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    • That right there my friends...that’s called aliasing. Like for the masses to learn
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    • "it's gliding" - my girlfriend
      Devintbo 23 apr
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    • I think we all know how it works
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    • This actually happens because helicopters sometimes lag out cause they’re shit. Planes are supirior
      Jhicky 20 apr
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    • There was some gay ass theory that this was a government test for a helicopter that doesn't need blades or some shit
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    • I already knew what song was going to be playing before I even unmuted it. Truly a timeless piece
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    • It’s because of the pled-henswier affect where the reflection of the sun combined with a specific wind speed makes a mirage of a helicopter but since the earth is using an outdated graphics card the blades rotation is at 1 rotation per frame
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    • Boys after they smoke a shit ton of weed and stare at the floor for 30 minutes
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    • I'm not flying I'm falling with style
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    • When the frame rate of the camera matches the rotations per minute on the propeller
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    • Frame rates
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    • STEALTH CHOPPER. BLYAT
      THECDC 23 apr
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    • Here come all the engineers telling us how this shit works again.
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    • Ether those guys are dead now or the frames are at the same speed as the rotors
      skills94 19 apr
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    • They just got the frame rate to match, that's all
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    • The frame capture rate matched the RPM of the blades, nice
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    • The FPS of the camera was the same are the rotation speed of the props meaning that it took a picture every time the rotor spun around once also throughout the whole video it looks like the rotor is in the same place
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    • I think this happens when the blades spin at the same speed as the camera’s frames per second.
      Choog 19 apr
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    • Thanks, Bethesda
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    • When your a 6 year old playing with a toy helicopter and you get tired of spinning the rotors every 2 seconds
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    • The science behind this is the pilot is flapping his arms at just the right speed to generate lift.
      _YoRHa_ 18 apr
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    • Lagging in real life
      DICKWARTS 18 apr
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    • When your pc cant handle arma 3...
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    • there's a reason for this, a helicopters blades move too fast for some cameras to actually capture when you're using a lower frame rate, and occasionally the blades and the frames of the camera are pretty much synced and this shit happens, a video of a bird in a cctv cam did the same thing
      Woodr0w 18 apr
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    • Me and my bois in creative mode
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    • The shutter speed is equal to the rotation of the propeller's movement. Fascinating.
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    • BeCaUsE cAmErA fRaMe RaTeS
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    • You say shutter speed. I say we're in a simulation.
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    • It’s because
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    • Not sure if perfect shutter speed or Microsoft flight simulator X
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    • The FPS of the camera and the rpm of the rotary blades are the same ? Either that or the thing is edited or fake . You never know anymore
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    • Frame rate synced with the RPM of the blades
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    • The shudder speed of the camera is timed perfectly with the rotation of the blades
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    • Arma 3 is that you
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    • Guys its laminer flow 😂
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    • _Trico_ 18 apr
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    • Lol the camera frame speed is the same as the helicopters rpm
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    • The cameras frame rate is as fast as the propellers
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    • Fps caught up with the helicopters propeller speed
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    • It’s taking rapid pictures (which is effectively video) at the same speed the blades are spinning so it looks like the blades don’t move
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    • Niggas really just smoke weed with their friends to look at the wall for 30 minutes then say “aight bro ima headout”
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    • What fps is this filmed at
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    • We’re in so much debt that we just started making helicopter kites instead of real ones
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    • GTA CHEAT CODE ACTIVATED
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    • This is actually pretty cool, the rotors match are synced with the frames of the video that’s why it looks like they aren’t spinning
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    • When you and your pals fucking around in gmod and the plane ad-on you have breaks
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    • The frame rate just matches the rotor
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    • GTA 4 Choppers
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    • "there's been a glitch in the matrix" No the frames from the camera are matching the speed of the proplers
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    • Chills -“This is a military anti gravity project that they are doing out in bright daylight what could they do next”
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    • Wait, that’s Illegal!
      meme0404 19 apr
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    • Nigga needs his graphics fixed
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    • The camera frame rate is as fast as the rotor blades making seem like the helicopter is floating
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    • You broke the matrix
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    • When RPS=FPS
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    • Inigga needs to make it so we can save videos
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    • When you're playing with a helicopter as a kid and get tired of spinning the rotor
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    • Earth must be flat
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    • Stopped the rotors so it would make sense
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    • Is it bad photoshop or shutter speed syncing?
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    • BANDlT 18 apr
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    • The shutter speed matches how fast the blades are spinning making it look as if they’re not
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