Making emulator-users submit proof for every single of their submission means you do not trust emulator users.
Banning emulators means you do not trust emulators.
That logic is off. Just because two ends have a similar means, that does not imply one should achieve both ends with said means.
Jumping over a rock means jumping.
Jumping off a bridge means jumping.
The scope of this thread is being taken way too broadly, and everyone has begun to argue about several different things. Let me remind everyone of a few core concepts behind the original motion here, which I'm fairly certain everyone in the room can (or already has) agreed upon:
1) This new rule has absolutely nothing
to do with players BSing. That's why we're not asking for across-the-board proof.
2) When it comes to emulation, the majority of TSC does not trust everyone submitting stats on TAS-able emulators because of TAS-ability (stfu autocorrect, I'm coining that term now.).
3) We can't just ban all TAS-able emulators (All emulators are TAS-able in some form, so the lines are blurred, which means we would have to ban all emulators.)
This is why we're only asking for proof from emulator users. Yes, a specific group is being targeted, and rightfully so. This has to be done if we're not going to entirely ban emulation because there are several potential TASers flying under the radar as we speak.
It's the last line of defense we have to keep the charts intact while still allowing emulation.
As for players whining about videos for non-emulated stats, that issue should be argued separately, in another thread.