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    Quote Originally Posted by kinobairn View Post
    Good thinking, Nehalem is going to make a huge difference when it comes to huge frame sizes, memory speed, processing performance. I almost always have more than 4gb of memory used of the 8 I've got in my quad core system. Ae and Pr and Vista will use whatever you can give them (obviously to a point, but until 32 GB of ram is common on a non-workstation, Pr and Ae can take everything you can give them).
    Is this true?
    So AE and Pr can use more than 2gb of RAM?

    Cuz I never had a chance to test, and heard that it couldn't...

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    I thought AE and PP were limited to 3GBs of RAM no matter how much your system has? I cannot remember where I read that.
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    Deanan and Rob will answer all Adobe questions from now on in the Workflow forum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    Deanan and Rob will answer all Adobe questions from now on in the Workflow forum...

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    GOT IT! Thanks Jim Moving on over!!!!
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    Isn't this thread in the Adobe workflow forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cinepost35 View Post
    Isn't this thread in the Adobe workflow forum?
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