Why on earth would you want to go so far backwards with the OS? If you want to change it, move forwards...Windows 8 Pro 64 bit.
Having said that, the best way you can speed things up is to octuple your memory.
And finally, yes both versions of Premiere Pro currently available offer a multicam feature.
Well, didn't you read what I wrote? I'm going backwards cause I only have 2GB of RAM and there's simply no point of using x64 W7 while having only 2GB, I should at least have 3 or 4 so it'll work properly
It used to work like a charm, but when I got to around 100gb free out of 1.000 in my disk pace the whole thing is going really slow
I'm not asking something so you guys tell me to get more memory, if I could right now, I wouldn't be here, I would be in the store
I was asking simple question, does Premiere CS4 WILL run on Windows 7 32 bits?
Does anyone has Windows 7 32 bits and runs it?. Thanks
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CS4 and earlier has a different forum http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere/premierepro_previous?view=all
>I was asking simple question, does Premiere CS4
Actually, going back and rereading your original question, you did not ask about CS4... you asked "is there any version of Premiere"
Since you are now asking about CS4, click the link I just provided above for the other forum
>Does anyone has Windows 7 32 bits
Not in THIS forum... this is for CS5 and later, which is 64bits only... see link above
Yes, CS4 or earlier will work with Windows 32 bit. Just like your granny's bike from 1931 will work. It is functional, but may not be the best solution today. The T-Ford also works, but you may wonder if that is the best form of transport today.
Untill I get the money to get more RAM, it is the best choice. I wanted to know if it was gonna work, I'm actually not doing so much editing right now, it's just basic music clips from live shows, so it should go allright till I improve my pc.
Thanks all for your answers.
I'm going backwards cause I only have 2GB of RAM
That's still no good reason to go backwards. Nothing will get 'better' by moving from Windows 7 to Windows XP. Even the 64 bit versions of 7 and 8 will work on less than 4 GB of memory.
Plus, memory is actually cheaper than a new OS. So on all fronts, changing your current OS is just a bad idea and not likely to fix anything that a fresh install of your current OS won't fix.