A few quick observations:
1) Zapruder's Bell & Howell was set to Full Telephoto (zoom) and this camera--assuming it is a B&H like Zapruder's--was not
2) the bystanders on the north side of Elm are very animated in your clip, not so in the Z-film
3) there is no Umbrella Man near the Stemmons Fwy sign in your clip
4) the camera location appears to be much higher in your clip than it does in the Z-film
5) compare the characteristics of the bystanders on the north side of Elm between both films. Not even close. The number of bystanders, their genders, and the color of their clothing don't match nor does their position. Z-133 (below) is the first frame in which the limo is seen. It should be about the closest match to where your clip ends and where the Z-film with limo begins (that we have available) from the extant film. As you can see the bystanders are completely different. The time interval between these two moments cannot be very long. Certainly not sufficient enough for additional bystanders to have rushed into position.
6) your clip was most certainly shot many years after 1963 -- evidence of this can be seen by comparing the length of the "tree's trunk" in your clip to what is observed in the Z-film. In the Z-film the tree's branches and leafy foliage line up at about the top of the wall seen behind it. In your clip the branches and leafy foliage do not line up with the top of the wall, but rather begin much, much higher above the top of that wall. This observation is not caused by a different perspective. If anything, the difference in camera location (higher) in your clip would have the opposite effect if it was a simple matter of perspective. The lower the camera's position the higher the branches and foliage would appear relative to the top of the wall. Even if we were to assume that the position of the cameras are identical, the size (height / length) of the tree trunk has significantly increased. Therefore, the tree grew a lot taller between the time the two films were shot.
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