Dexcon wrote on 9/4/2023, 8:16 AM

If you are referring to MAGIX Movie Studio, it's forum is -this is a forum specifically for Vegas products.

If your product is Vegas Pro, it's been a long time since there has been a 32 bit version.

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vkmast wrote on 9/4/2023, 8:18 AM

As "magix studio" is likely a MAGIX program and not a VEGAS one, you need to ask at if that software is even available as a 32bit version.


jetdv wrote on 9/4/2023, 10:40 AM

The last VEGAS versions of Pro and Movie Studio that were offered in a 32 bit version was around version 8.

I guess the bigger question would be why a 32-bit version would be desired when all current OS's are 64-bit and 64-bit runs much better for video editing...

vkmast wrote on 9/4/2023, 11:08 AM

The last 32 bit Vegas Pro from Sony/SCS was version 11. The last 32 bit (Vegas) Movie Studios from Sony/SCS were version 13. VEGAS Pros from v14 on and VEGAS MS(P)s v14-17 from MAGIX are all only 64bit.

jetdv wrote on 9/4/2023, 11:16 AM

Version 8.1 was the first Vegas Pro 64-bit version. I remember 8.0 versions were 32-bit and 8.1 versions were 64-bit.