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Old March 19th, 2010, 11:25 AM   #16
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I'm just curious, am I just very late in finding out about something so fundamental, or is this just widely unknown??
It's not widely known. That's one guaranteed way to guess if a program has been edited in FCP by someone who doesn't really get how the program interprets material.

It also surprises me. This is a huge workflow problem and pretty badly done in fcp. It's not "showing" more moire, it's deleting half of the resolution so the image will look bad.
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