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Old 07-29-2014, 02:01 AM   #1
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Good day,

I have been editing for quite a while (using a basic program on my laptop); I'm starting now to practice more advanced editing techniques. However, I'm also building my own PC, I've bought the CPU and motherboard a few months back but now I realize that Edius 7 runs on 64 bit and not on 32 bit. Can I still edit or has my money gone to waste...?

Can anyone help?

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Old 07-29-2014, 05:41 AM   #2
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64-bit refers to the operating system(windows version). So yes edius will still run if you install on a 64-bit version of windows 8-8.1 or windows 7 sp1. For the CPU I would recommend an Intel make from an amd as edius requires some instruction sets that are not available on amd cpus
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Thanks for the help, however, what I was trying to say was that my system is 32 bit. Is their any alternative(s)?
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:36 PM   #4
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Default Edius 7 = 64-bit

Unfortunately you have to make a jump to 64-bit if you want to use edius 7. Only 6.5 and earlier versions are supported on 32bits windows.
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Alright.
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It's hard to know what your system specs are unless you post them. If you are referring to your OS being 32 bit, if you have an Intel processor in the i7 series, the cpu is 64bit.
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