It is fairly hard to "dance in front of audiences" when the info (the main show material) is basic a static image updated infrequently.
People have to be creative to find the filler. <-- This by itself can be an interesting topic to discuss.
re: Jupiter hit
That event is really a lucky find on lucky imaging (high spatial resolution, high frame rate, raw data, always stored and analyzed later on)
using the proper gear (planetary imager with raw data transfer and storage.
This is good for scientific study.
I have seen the frame rate captured to be 10 to 100 frames per second to combat the seeing.
In one of the analysis, it indicates the entire event took 1003mS. Yes, it is just "one second" short.
Video gears with in-camera body DSP processing/image smoothing, frame rate no higher than 30 frames (assume NTSC, no 3D-NR),
may not be noticed by the observer staring at the screen. If captured thru video dongle, analog video encoding/decoding will further degrade.
<-- here I am not saying it's not possible but just sub-optimal.
Right gear for the right use is preferred.
I also have suspicion that an EAA style observer (I guess most of them anyway) probably will think it is just a noise from the video camera, PC compression artifact (mosquito noise),
or completely distracted by the NSN or YT channel chatting.