I think a youtube sample of what we are talking about is in order. It's not always easy to see, but when you find a video that has them it's really obvious. It takes the right colors in the image of the video for them to show up it seems. Kind of hard to explain. Trying to find the videos that had the problem since I'm at my desktop now.
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Found a video with the problem, going to upload to Youtube in a bit. Be sure to have your computer open to full screen since the dots are quite small.[COLOR="Silver"]
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Video of my bird, and my finger lol
Be sure to have full screen and 1080p or the 'artifacts' created in the video are not visible.
Ugg, compression even at 1080p has blended much of the white spots away. I think maybe a frame capture from the original file will be the best way to show what I'm talking about. But anyway, if you look at my birds grey feathers as he walks about you will be able to see white flickering pixels that don't move so they stand out as his grey feathers pass by them. When he first walks to the left near his water you can see them, and when I put my finger out and he 'trips' you can see them pretty clearly.
I guess the upshot from this is if you are going to upload your videos to something like Youtube, then the bad flickering pixels won't matter much. Trust me when I say watching the original file it's obvious where the bad pixels are and they are nearly always visible.
Maybe I will have to upload to Vimeo instead so the original file can be downloaded.