I'm moving over to a 64bit Windows 7 environment and will be installing CS6.
But I still have some complex projects from Premiere CS3 I want to keep working on. These projects use various x32 support apps and importing them into CS6 64bit is not an option.
I was wondering if it's possible to have CS3 Premiere and AE (32bit) and the CS6 Master Collection (64bit) installed on the one Windows 7 PC?
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It should be fine. I have CS4 (32), CS5.5 (64) and CS6 (64) installed. Once I get everything moved to 6 I'll remove the 5.5 but they removed MIDI from the audio apps in 6 so I'll keep CS4 for those projects. I run on a 6 core system with an Quadro 4000 video card. Runds great. I can encode my SD DV video at better than real time, even with effects. HD video is real smooth too.The more you learn, the less you know.
Thanks Jim, that's a a great relief to know!