I realise there have been a couple posts recently about this, but I want to add to those statements. I purchased Studio Artist for video processing specifically, so the feature is very important to me. I also use the photo processing tools, but I would be pained if the feature isn't somehow brought over into 64bit.

Secondly, I also dab in animation, and have been using the tools as ways to manually rotoscope with auto painting brushes. Studio Artist is greatly useful, but it would be even more useful if I could run my 4K footage in a 64bit environment to enhance my workflow.

Thanks, and even though I am late to the Studio Artist world, I am incredibly pleased with the software. It is a blast to use. A modern dark faced interface would also be a lovely addition, but of course time is everything, I know :)

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Thanks for the feedback Mika.

One quick question. When you mentioned manual rotoscoping, are you referring to using movie layers to build up animation a frame at a time within the movie layer, or are you working with manually outputting to an open movie stream? 

My attempts have been to animate frame by frame using movie layers corresponding to the source frame of the footage

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