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64 bit video editing software question?

I'm about to start doing a lot of video editing. I've heard that this is one of the few things a 64 bit operating system can make a noticeable difference in. I would have to get a program specifically designed for a 64 bit environment though, right? Programs such as Roxio and Nero would either not work or be just the same as in a 32 bit OS.

Does anyone know of a few different 64 bit video editing programs that I can google?

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"Programs such as Roxio and Nero would either not work or be

In reply to: 64 bit video editing software question?

"Programs such as Roxio and Nero would either not work or be just the same as in a 32 bit OS."

I'll write "just the same."

The names such as SONY VEGAS and ADOBE PREMIERE can be researched as to their 64-bittiness.
Bob

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Thanks!

In reply to: "Programs such as Roxio and Nero would either not work or be

I'll look into those some more. If it's not too much to ask, I would also appreciate your opinion on my post in the Audio Video forum.

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If you thought Virtual Dub was fun...

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Look up DVD FLICK.

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Depends on how elabortate

In reply to: 64 bit video editing software question?

Depends on how elaborate your needs are. If you just want to convert a video from one format to another, and maybe edit out bits and pieces, then VirtualDub is a good free program.

If you're looking for something to convert video files into something for burning to DVD, I'm afraid I don't have any suggestions.

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cool

In reply to: Depends on how elabortate

I won't be doing anything to fancy so that might work. Thank you! Happy

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