You can use it however it works for you, but Cliff himself said what it was designed for.How is this only for recording and not for live use?
Well Cliff did not invent here longer IRs or Convolution Reverb etc...this is stuff we know off and use since many many years in Studios, DAWs etc. It's just being added on Axe Fx 3 and it is a great feature.How are you folks SO enthusiastic about this new format you've barely heard and have never played through?
All the NV memory on the Mark I is allocated. If the demand is great enough one possibility is to reduce the number of slots in the User IR banks and allocate the freed memory to FullRes slots.
Not likely to happen for a variety of reasonsFM3 user here - would gladly sacrifice several user slots in favor of FullRes IRs.
You can use it however it works for you, but Cliff himself said what it was designed for.
It emulates room reflections in the IR. So the question for live users is: why would you want to have the reflections of a different room in your live sound?