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Premiere Pro 2.0 performance in Virtual PC 2007

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Is it possible to do video editing in Virtual PC 2007?  The host system would be Vista Ultimate, the virtual pc  OS would be XP pro sp2. I would like to install Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 on the XP virtual pc. If it is possible would the performance even be tolerable?

I also have some other video editing software that may not be Vista compatible but these don't require the resources like PP2 does.

What configuration of Virtual PC would be best - ie. ram allocation, disk space, etc.

I have not yet ordered my system, but the configuration would most likely be the following:
Dual core 2.0 GHz, 2 GB Ram, 500 GB Sata drive, 256 or 512 MB video card, and possibly a second hard drive for Premiere's exclusive use.

Thank you


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Soon I'll be asking the same questions, and researching for us as well, that said, these;
The Windows Vista Application Compatibility Update
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929427
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March 2007 Windows Vista Application Compatibility Update
... PowerCinema 4.0 • Google Desktop 4.2006.1008 • Roxio Easy Media Creator 7.5 • Adobe Premiere ... Windows Vista Ultimate • Windows Vista Starter • Windows Vista Home Premium • Windows Vista Home ...

support.microsoft.com/kb/932246

The Windows Vista Application Compatibility Update
... Spyware 7.5.0.47 • Lego Star Wars • HD Tach 3 • Adobe ... desktop 4.2006.1008 • Roxio Easy Media Creator 7.5 • Premiere ... Vista Home Basic • Windows Vista Home Premium • Windows Vista Ultimate

support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/929427

exhaustive user generated VISTA application list. - TechNet Forums
Desktop Sidebar v1.05 Build 116 (Beta version) - Tested on Vista Ultimate 32-bit ... Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0     * Adobe After Effects 7.0     * Adobe Premiere 2.0

https://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1276603&SiteID=17 

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