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Well, looks like I'll be buying VideoStudio instead. It does support SSE4 instructions. I can't find any evidence that Premiere Elements uses SSE4, so I assume it doesn't.
And will it really make all that much difference?
Well, here's what you get.
It's hard to say if that will actually improve your video editing experience significantly or not.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message<br />news:email@example.comNXanI<br />> Well, here's what you get.<br />> <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSE4><br />><br />> It's hard to say if that will actually improve your video<br />> editing experience significantly or not.<br /><br />I don't get the OP - I got over 500 hits on the Adobe web site for SSE4.<br /><br />BTW, if you try to run versions of APE even as old as APE 2 on a processor <br />that lacks SSE4 (e.g. some older AMD Durons), its a non-starter.