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Creator 2012 Pro Coexist With Creator 10 Deluxe Suite

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Hi,

 

I have Creator 10 Deluxe Suite running on a 4x3GHz Xeon system with 16GB RAM on Win7 64bit. Video is NVidia Quadro FX580 (Workstation class PCIe adapter, bought specifically for Creator 10.)

 

Creator 10 has been doing what I need for the most part, but given Creator 10 is a old, I'm considering upgrading to Creator 2012 Pro.

 

Will Creator 2012 Pro, and all the bundled extras co-exist with Creator 10 Deluxe Suite and all it's bundled extras? I'd prefer to just remove Creator 10, but... not until I know it works for my setup.

 

Does Creator 2012 Pro come in a 64bit version, or am I still limited to a 32bit application? This system uses Grub to boot 64bit versions (and apps) of Linux and FreeBSD and... well just FILES. It would be great if Creator 2012 Pro could do likewise.

 

Thanks

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Yes...

 

Never actually tried it but it only Removes Creator 2011 during install ;)

 

Roxio only comes in 32 bit. Don't get excited, it runs circles around most of the "64 bit" video apps anyway :lol:

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Yes...

 

Never actually tried it but it only Removes Creator 2011 during install ;)

 

Roxio only comes in 32 bit. Don't get excited, it runs circles around most of the "64 bit" video apps anyway :lol:

Why? Is it so hard to create the same program for 64bit OSs? I have seen a lot of simple programs that do have both 32 and 64 bit versions, and why not Roxio?

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Why? Is it so hard to create the same program for 64bit OSs? I have seen a lot of simple programs that do have both 32 and 64 bit versions, and why not Roxio?

 

What other video editing programs do you know of that have real 32 and 64 bit versions? I know of one and the 64 bit version is almost double the cost of the 32 bit versions. What advantage do YOU see in the 64 bit version? -Memory is not a big deal if that was going to be your answer.

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