Does Photomatix work on 64-bit OS?

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HDRI Tutorial:Yes, Photomatix Pro and Photomatix Light work fine with the 64-bit edition of Windows XP, Vista and 7, and work fine on 64-bit Mac OS. Moreover, Photomatix Pro for Windows is available as 64-bit edition and Photomatix Pro and Photomatix Light for Mac OS X are 32/64-bit Universal, and thus take advantage of the 64-bit capability of your OS.
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› How do I know whether my OS is 64-bit?
On Windows 7:
· Click on the “Start” button (the button with the Windows logo), then click on the ‘Control Panel’ menu option
· In the ‘Control Panel’ window, click “System and Security” and then click “System”
· Under the ‘System’ section, view the “System type”. If your OS is 64-bit, it will be “64-bit Operating System”.
On Windows Vista:
· Click on the “Start” button (the button with the Windows logo), then click on the ‘Control Panel’ menu option
· In the ‘Control Panel’ window, click “System and Maintenance” and then click “System”
· Under the ‘System’ section, view the “System type”. If your OS is 64-bit, it will be “64-bit Operating System”.
On Windows XP: Given that Windows XP 64-bit is rather rare, you will most likely already known it if your OS is 64-bit, but if you would still like to check, here is how:
· Click on the “Start” button (the button with the Windows logo), then click on the ‘Control Panel’ menu option
· In the Control Panel window, double-click “System”.
· On the General tab, view the “System type”.
On Mac OS X:
· Open your Terminal application (which you will find under “Applications/Utilities”)
· Copy/paste the following command:
ioreg -l -p IODeviceTree | grep firmware-abi
· Press the Enter key
If the result includes <“EFI64”>, then your Mac is 64-bit enabled.

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