I just found out that QuickTime 7 Pro is not a 64-bit application.<br>What is the value of having a 64-bit operating system and a 64-bit computer if Apple isn't going to make their applications 64-bit?<br>I was looking forward to doing some video editing with QuickTime 7 Pro.<br>But no, I am stuck with a yesterday's 32-bit application. <br><br>On Apple's web site they have 16 pages dedicated to "Tiger's" support of 64-bit applications.<br>16 pages explaining to developers the benefits of creating 64-bit applications.<br>Why should anyone else create 64-bit applications if Apple won't?<br><br><br><br><br><br>
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