Video editing is one area which can potentially gain quite a bit from 64-bit computing. However, Adobe's consumer-oriented Premiere Elements has remained 32-bit, despite the company's professional-grade Premiere Pro switching over very successfully with the CS5 iteration, which hit the market more than a year ago. In the interim, CyberLink beat Adobe to the punch, with its PowerDirector 9 Ultra64. Now Adobe is catching up, with Premiere Elements 10 making the leap to 64-bit at long last.
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