Nope, 64 bits only.
Het staat duidelijk omschreven in de technische specificatie.
Dit is trouwens het Elements forum en niet Premiere Pro.
Welcome to the forum.
I am not sure that I understand the question.
Premiere Pro (part of Production Premium & Master Collection) has been a 64-bit program, ONLY, since CS 5.
Earlier (CS 5 and 5.5), PrPro CS 4 (still 32-bit) WAS included in both the Production Premium & Master Collection, but I do not know if it was, in CS 6. That might well depend on the delivery method, i.e. download vs physical media.
Now, does your question involve Adobe Premiere Elements, as that is a different program, but is the forum, to which you posted. If this is purely a PrPro question, then we can Move it to that program's forum.
Just let us know please,
dank - ik zal mij wenden tot het andere forum voor volgende vragen
I will post my future questions to hopefully the right forum. I have bought the CS6 master collection but wouldn't mind to use CS4 Premiere if possible.
Not sure what the difference between Premier and Premiere elements is, or what prPro is. But I do understand from Ann Bens answer that it is not possible to run Premiere on a 32 bit windows installation.
I found this page
where it says that one can download Premiere Pro CS4 and use it with a CS6 licence key. Will try that I go the the correct forum to report back.
That should work fine. I was unaware of the CS 4, that could be Activated with the CS 6 S/N. Great find, and thank you for sharing that. I learned something today.
What was decided...Premiere Elements question or not? It looks like not.
Are you going to move the thread to the appropriate forum so that those who need the information have it at their door step?
I am still not certain, but lean toward PrPro only.
Moved to PrPro Forum.
You are better off upgrading your windows to Windows 7 Pro 64 bit to experience the power or Premiere Pro and After Effects in 64 but mode. More programs in CS6 support 64 bit and these include Photoshop, Illustrator, Bridge, Media Encoder and Encore plus Premiere Pro and After Effects.
You have addressed your post 10 to me in error.
I am strictly an Elements Windows person (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 64 bit) and really have nothing to do with this thread other than posting to ask for clarification on the question asked when the thread by oorlab was in the Premiere Elements Forum where I suspected it was out of place.
In the Premiere Pro Forum where the thread is now, oorlab should get excellent direction from you and others.
All helpful suggestions should be addressed to the originator of the thread, oorlab.