in addition to the encrypted images, it would be interesting to discover the relationship between these and the sound: there are obvious synchrons, and since I doubt editing has been done for thirteen hours, I am inclined to believe that the sound reacts to images thanks to some mysterious algorithm...
i don't believe one is the direct source of the other, they are most likely just generated by the same patch with some interconnection.
i mean what correlations image->sound do we have for sure? some kinda UPIC thing is out of the equation, colors don't seem to be crucial, neither is pixel density or distribution.
on the other hand sound obviously isn't generating images directly either as these are from external sources. so the question is how does it affect the way those clips are played back?
well volume is turning them on / off obviously but apart from that... it's hard to say.
sometimes it seems like more drastic / sudden frequency changes affect image selection (like 94 - 0:50), but other times sound is going wild and the movie seems to just go on like before...
you have expressed my question clearly, point by point.
We know that the images have the 80s video as their source, so we must exclude any generative process on the false line of the effects of the windows player, so to speak. At the same time, often, video variations are perfectly coordinated with variations in sound, even very short accents. In order for this to happen, in theory, the original source ( the 80s videos) should be edited for a change of frames and colors in unison with the sound, but nobody wants to belive that there is a human being on this earth assumed a similar burden, for 13 hours. It would be a shocking revelation about the profound nature of the universe; I would come out of it changed. It is also true that, from time to time, the video freezes, as if it were in pause, and the sonic storm goes on.
For my part, even if I understood how the color beams were generated, I still can not understand how you managed to extract frames that contained the entire sequence, to be contracted, until a complete sign of meaning appeared. It's the way you manage to get the reverse process to leave me in the darkest mystery. And even less it is clear to me how, from the barely decipherable relics of a frame, you have been able to trace the original videos: infinitesimal details of compilation of advertising almost forty years old that not only google, but even HAL9000 and it's twins would not be able to intercept. Together with the images, do you get any codes? This fact amazes me more than the videos themselves. I feel the knowledge of the obsolet (me).