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Technically, 64-bit operating systems are ahead of the software that will run on them. Premiere Elements 7 MIGHT run on it -- but it also might run terribly buggy on it. I've heard reports of both.
Mainstream 64-bit programs are only now starting to come out. Most likely, you'll see more support for it in 2009.
But, for now, it's an investment in a future that's not quite here yet, IMHO.
I am running PE4 on Vista x64 and have not had any major problems with it. Outside of the minor crashes that I also have seen when I used XP on another system, I am EXTREMELY happy with the program. I am running Vista Business on an ASUS p5n-DM HDMI MB with 4gb of memory an Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3 GHZ CPU and a 640 GB HD. It's fast and it's almost 100% stable. Only when I add a lot of transitions on each image will the program go south when I am saving as a DVI file and that also happens in XP so I presume it's PE4 that has the bug. With my old XP system I was extremely frustrated by the slowness and freezing up of the program, Something I did not see with the new system I have. I plan to add an All in Wonder HD Video Card to my new system and hopefully PE and the Card will play nice together.
I hope this helps.
Glad you're doing so well, Alfred. But I sure wouldn't recommend marrying an All-in-Wonder card and Premiere Elements. It's not likely to be a friendly pairing.