Re: Time for 64-bit ? by Evan Newsome on Mar 9, 2009 at 1:54:54 pm
I wouldn't buy anything today that isn't built on the latest technology.
Look at the new DYI 7. Microcenter is still advertising the i7 920 for $230
You'll only need a 64bit OS if your NLE is designed for 64bit.
Re: Time for 64-bit ? by Alex Cantu on Mar 11, 2009 at 5:31:10 pm
That's true, most NLE are still 32-bit applications. The only 64-bit product of CS4 is photoshop.
Yet if you want to use 4GB+ of ram, an 64 bit OS is very good choice as every app may use up to 4 GB of ram each. I use vista ultimate x64 SP1 in two machines, one with 4 GB and other 8 GB of ram and love it. Is great when u need to work with several apps at the same time, it works in a way i don't recall ever did with XP Pro.
If u already have a copy of vista, upgrade your ram otherwise wait for windows 7.
Re: Time for 64-bit ? by Evan Newsome on Mar 25, 2009 at 2:34:38 am
Chipocludo: If u already have a copy of vista, upgrade your ram otherwise wait for windows 7.
I know this an old thread but I recently found a bug/problem with 64bit Windows 7 (beta) and Encore CS4. I lock up when i try to make a Blu-ray disc.
I wonder how long it will take Adobe to find it themselves.
some else found it too. http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.59b7893d