OK, I watched the whole thing. What a bunch of horsepucky! Not in the least bit convinced. At the beginning, they keep alluding to footage they never show, and is supposed to be partial "proof" of assertions made for the little bit of footage that they do show. As to the poor quality of the exterior shots on the moon, those were taking with an exterior mounted camera that had been over-engineered to withstand a lot, probably with extra thick glass, and in black and white because color was still relatively new at the time and they didn't want to risk it breaking down and not getting the shot of Armstrong's descent down the ladder and onto the moon's surface. Shading the windows was not done so as not to ruin their fake shot of the Earth, but to block the incoming sunlight to allow a clear shot of the Earth through the window. As anyone knows, if you're trying to see something outside your window at night, you need to turn off the interior light so you don't see it glaring on the window. In this case the sunlight reflecting off the interior walls would be the same as the interior light. The whole bit with the "crescent shaped insert" and the camera supposedly being outside the capsule... ludicrous. If a crescent shaped insert was being used, it would have a clearly defined edge, which it doesn't. There's one shot where they say the apparent shape of the Earth is because of the way it's being viewed through a thick window, but if that were the case, there would be obvious distortion across the face of the earth, and there isn't. The fact that they offer two different explanations for why the Earth appears to be not "full", is highly suspicious by itself. The "third party" saying "talk" in the conversation was just a prompt by Mission Control to get them to say something. And the "cryptic statement" by Armstrong to the students at the end, where he says "we've only completed the beginning", is him saying that Apollo was just the beginning of man's journey to space, and the "undone" part is up to future generations. I could go on in further detail about how idiotic this video is, but I'm tired and I'm going to bed. Goodnight.