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Hi,

my 2 questions (you only anwsered one) are pretty specific, why don't you answer?

 

Thank you.

I only answered the question that I have information with. That's why in my response, that's the only question of yours that I quoted. :)

 

For your other question, I leave it up to other forum member(s) who may have info to respond to that. Be patient ... ;)

 

Addendum: As indicated in the system requirement, NXT is compatible with Windows 7 64-bit.

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Airborne: realize that this forum is not staffed by Roxio but rather just fellow users...

 

If you want answers like that you will have to use the 800 number for sales and ask them!

 

If asked, I would guess that it is not 64 bit... Those apps are still a bit rare and I have run 2 different "64 bit" editors that do not even come close to keeping up with Roxio's 32 bit :o

 

Just having a "number" does not mean any gain in performance... ;)

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Airborne: realize that this forum is not staffed by Roxio but rather just fellow users...

 

If you want answers like that you will have to use the 800 number for sales and ask them!

 

If asked, I would guess that it is not 64 bit... Those apps are still a bit rare and I have run 2 different "64 bit" editors that do not even come close to keeping up with Roxio's 32 bit :o

 

Just having a "number" does not mean any gain in performance... ;)

 

Check out the System Requirements for the Nxt---It does include W8--W7 32 & 64 bit (attached)

Will have to say though that 64 bit DOES have a gain over 32 bit same as 32 bit has a gain over 16 bit etc. etc.

 

Frank...

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Hi,

even if an application can run under W7 64 it does not means that it is a 64 bits application, just that it is compatible with W7 64. Hard to get a true answer on this.

 

Thanks.

This is not to answer your question since I do not know the answer to it but it's my turn to ask question:

 

What is the system spec of your machine that you are planning to install Creator NXT if and when you decide to do it? Provide as much details.

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Given: Creator NXT runs fine on my XP SP3 system (32-bit). Based on the info provided below, my conclusion is that Creator NXT is not a 64-bit native application.

 

Here's what I found on the net from http://windows.micro...asked-questions

 

Can I run 64-bit programs on a 32-bit computer?

 

If the program is specifically designed for the 64-bit version of Windows, it won't work on the 32-bit version of Windows. (However, most programs designed for the 32-bit version of Windows do work on the 64-bit version of Windows.)

 

Device drivers designed for the 64-bit version of Windows don't work on computers running a 32-bit version of Windows.

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Believe me, if NXT was a true 64 bit application, the sales pitch would leave no doubt !

 

I have a 64 bit video editing program and that was front and center on all the information.

 

Also. if it were true 64 bit, there would be quite a cost difference !

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Believe me, if NXT was a true 64 bit application, the sales pitch would leave no doubt !

 

I have a 64 bit video editing program and that was front and center on all the information.

 

Also. if it were true 64 bit, there would be quite a cost difference !

 

I have the NXT version on the 64-bit version of Windows 8. Referring to Task Manager when the Roxio NXT apps are loaded, they are designated 32-bit.

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