I am eager to make the jump to CS5. One thing I am wondering about is if quicktime codecs need to be 64bit. We have an avid in house so all video to and from the avid is in a quicktime using Avids codec.
Anybody know if this works in 64 bit as it will be a big problem if I cant read/render these quicktime files.
D4 Creative Group - Philadelphia, PA
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I recommend downloading the trial version and checking for yourself, but I don't see why this wouldn't work.
After Effects CS5 uses a process (Adobe QT32 Server) to make calls to 32-bit QuickTime components. This means that you can use 32-bit QuickTime codecs.
Of course, as I said, you should really check for yourself first, using the trial version.
Thanks Todd...we have to buy new hardware as my current box is not 64 bit, but it is reassuring to know it will probably work.