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I have no problems running most Adobe applications using Bootcamp. I haven't used Premiere extensively, but it certainly works to some level. No problems at all running Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator, Flash etc.
Thanks, anybody else able to use Premiere CS3 and Photoshop windows version on your macs using bootcamp?
When you are in bootcamp, your Mac *IS* a PC. It's 100% PC to the OS. Other than a few Apple drivers to get it started, all your Mac hardware is a real Windows PC. It'll work as good as a "real" PC.
As Navarro said - with Bootcamp you run native and should have no issues whatsoever within the bounds of what Windows can handle by itself. There are a few oddities in terms of managing some basic hardware things (e.g. the keyboard light will always be re-enabled on my MacBook Pro after I have booted into Vista), but that is entirely Apple's fault - they simply have no clue on how to write good Windows software. You should only expect a few minor problems if you need to run specific extension hardware that does not support the different initialization procedures natively (due to the EFI-based boot), but most vendors should have updated their drivers by now, so this should be rare.