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AE 7 Hopefuly yes ;)
AE 9 will not work anymore on PPC, just on Intel Machines.
HI Thomas - Thanx for the fast reply!
On another note, how bout Photoshop 7? Will it also work in Leopard?
as far as i know cs2 is Universal Binary.
give it a try installing before you have to upgrade.
but do not expect any magic in performance.
For the record:
Photoshop CS3 was the first Universal Binary version of Photoshop. Photoshop 7.0 through Photoshop CS2 (aka 9.0) were PPC only. They will run under Rosetta (the PPC emulation layer) on an Intel-based Mac.
Michael- you didn't state whether you are using an older PPC-based Mac or a newer Intel-based Mac. If you have a PPC machine the discussions may not apply to you. If you do have a newer Mac, make sure to read this thread about using After Effects 7.0 with Rosetta:
Thanks Tim for clarification on that.
Hi Thomas Hi Tim
Thank you both
I have an older Power Mac G5 Single Processor 1.8 (Non-Intel). I'm still using After Effects 7, and Photo Shop 7. I'm familiar with both programs, and I'm reasonably satisfied with them. At this point, after researching all the ramifications, I don't think I'm going to upgrade to Leopard just yet. My feeling is, (or so it seems), only big difference between Leopard and Tiger, is Time Machine. Other than that, Tiger is working well for me, and I'm still able to upgrade from Final Cut Studio 1 to 2, (without having to go to Leopard).
Thanx for helping me make a decision.