v6.1 Serial Numbers

Mischa mischa at omnislab.com
Fri Dec 19 08:07:43 EST 2014

Hi Reg,

I'm using win7x64 and O6.1x64 appears to be faster than the previous 32bit 6.03 version. Other than that, I don't think there is a benefit, but there might be downsides when your backend does not support 64bit or is not supported by a 64bit DAM. However, in general when I'm on a 64bit OS I always prefer the 64bit application.

Best greetings

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Betreff: Re: v6.1 Serial Numbers

Hi everyone,

Can anyone give me a simple set of principles on when to choose 64-bit 
vs 32-bit?   I am looking for the points the Omnis documentation does 
not cover.

What are the significant benefits of a 64-bit Omnis application?
Could I get away with only making 32-bit installers for my product?
What computers/OS versions will the 64-bit versions NOT run on?


On 19/12/2014 3:54 am, Mike Matthews wrote:
> Hello All,
> Father Christmas or Santa, has just arrived here.  I have received our ODPP v6.1 Studio serial numbers, not sure when he will deliver to other parts of the globe.
> The full set are ready for download from the TL site as usual.
> Mike
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