> > If that is to be true, will you also bring back interlaced content for systems, > where > > it is already throw out? I remember discussions, where the conclusion was, "no one > > use a CRT anymore and it is to hard to maintain", but in this case here you will do > > it??? > > Yes. I was not a part of that discussion mind you. > > > > As we are at audio examples: It is like capturing a WAV from a lousy 128kb mp3 file > > with decent audio equipment and 192khz AD converters and expect a better result vs. > > just do a 320kb mp3 of it again. Both could be transfered back again to a CD/DVD. > > Um no it is not like that at all actually. I don't think you have any idea what you > are talking about.
you are right, i am wrong. i am dumb, you are not. all is fine, solution is around the corner. i trust you guys, you will somehow do it. like always.