There are a video showing Pons at ICCF3.
As you can see, NO blue arrows, one white arrow, a watermark that says LINE.
So very different from video produced by Krivit, who probably added blue arrows to illustrate what he thought would be approximate water levels.
Good objection. But it only implies that Pons could have presented at least 2 videos.
As reported by Morrison, he had 30 minutes at his disposition, 10 more than the other speakers. I guess, he started with the "Four-cell Boil-off" video, which is well suited to illustrate the cell, the experimental set-up and the main result, ie the presumed boil-off behavior and - by means of the blue arrows - its duration, then he could have presented one or more additional videos.
In any case, it should not be so impossible to get an authoritative confirmation of the origin of the video and its arrows. We are discussing an important issue on the most important LENR website, talking about the most important CF videos, shown during the presentation of the most important paper of the field, written and presented by the two founders and most important leading figures. I'm still confident that someone will tell us what was presented in Nagoya in 1992. We all are here to seek the truth, aren't we?
In the meanwhile, I will continue to assume that the video with the blue arrows was prepared by F&P in the summer of 1992 and presented by Pons in October at the ICCF3. After all, as already told you (1), the Figure 10(B) and (C) of their paper are congruent with the timing indicated by the blue arrows, and, most importantly, it's the choice of the video clips to be assembled that reveals the intentions of its authors, not the blue arrows. Do you think that Krivit could have selected these clips by himself?