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David Roth WeissRe: Might Be An Interesting Read
by on Nov 15, 2011 at 6:07:16 am

Of course Bill, we all know that it's a given there are no fields to deal with when cutting progressive material. Unfortunately, that's totally unresponsive to my post(s). And, as I'm sure you know, most video in this country is still interlaced, because the majority of NTSC TV transmission still requires it. One need only look at the the FCP Forum to see that the vast majority of questions l deal with mixed formats and the fields-related issues arising therefrom.

So, though you claim you don't get to read everything here, you've certainly managed to quickly get on their case whenever anyone questions the professional capabilities of FCPX. And, you've been so absolutely unwaveringly vehement, and so very certain in your arguments to the contrary. However, when I've given you that "mission critical" thing you asked for, pointing out precisely what FCPX can't do, you can't even acknowledge the point, because you know very well it perfectly contradicts your point. That's so hollow.

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